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Child Trafficking
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As Snopes ‘debunks’ child trafficking camp ...

... 160 kids as young as 3 rescued in Georgia
After Snopes called allegations of child trafficking made by a veterans group a ‘conspiracy theory’, 160 children, as young as 3-years-old, were rescued from traffickers in Georgia.....



https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/hu...king-camp/
#2
Chilling NCME Report shows that 88% of Missing Sex Trafficked Kids come from US Foster Care

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/201...e-3619411.
#3
Where are the Girls?? 

Child Trafficking feared as DHS cannot say where Immigrant Girls are being held

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/where-...Newsletter
#4
Rampant child porn sharing discovered on Pentagon computers – hundreds of employees implicated ...


https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/hu...implicated
#5
Kincora 'VIP paedophile ring' victim Richard Kerr speaks out -

A Kincora abuse victim from Northern Ireland tells Channel 4 News how he was also abused at London's Elm Guest House and Dolphin Square at the hands of "very powerful people". The Home Office had said the Heart Inquiry in Northern Ireland could liaise with the UK wide inquiry.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt4a9ie5MGk
#6
God’s Children Are Not For Sale, Human Trafficking with Claire, Danielle, Madyson and Charlie Ward -

https://drcharlieward.com/gods-children-...e-madyson/
#7
‘We have not committed that big a crime,’ Rochdale child trafficker tells deportation hearing. Shocking


Two men who were part of the notorious Rochdale grooming gang are fighting against a decision to deport them from the UK.
Adil Khan, 51 and Qari Abdul Rauf, 52, have been told they are to be sent back to Pakistan for the public good after both were part of a gang convicted of a catalogue of serious sex offences against young girls. Khan told an immigration tribunal hearing on Tuesday: “We have not committed that big a crime.”
Both are appealing against the deportation order served on them last July, with Khan citing his human rights as reason not to be kicked out of the UK. He also claims to have renounced his Pakistani citizenship which would make him “stateless” and would be a bar to deportation.
Khan got a girl, 13, pregnant but denied he was the father then met another girl, 15, and trafficked her to others using violence when she complained. He was sentenced to eight years in 2012 and released on licence four years later.

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