Human Trafficking
These things, that the bank sent to treasury, the thickest file you go through is related to human trafficking.

cross-posted from: > Refugee settlement in the US is big business, especially for religious charities. The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service for instance, which provides foster care and other services to migrant children, received $28,407,684 from the HHS in 2018. > > As Michelle Malkin observed, “This sprawling network of aid stations has been in place for years, bolstered by global interests, left-wing activists, and religious institutions that advocate for illegal aliens.” > > Why do these charities want to smuggle in illegal alien children in particular? Simple answer: each child is worth about $50,000 in grant money. As Twitter account The Last Refuge puts it, “Faith Based Immigration Services is a code-speak for legalized human smuggling.”

The US Government has become the “middleman” in a large scale multi-billion dollar child trafficking operation, run by bad actors seeking to profit off the lives of children.

"This process exposes children to horrifying health conditions, constant criminal threat, labor and sex trafficking, robbery, rape, and other experiences not done justice by mere words," they added. "We will never be able to forget or un-see some of the heart-wrenching testimony, disturbing videos, wrenching testimony, for example regarding brutal and horrific murders committed against civilian tourists, law enforcement officers, and even sponsors of immigrants, by those who had no legal right to be in the country in the first place."

cross-posted from: > San Diego’s police chief blasted a controversial new California law that cops blame for sparking brazen prostitution on the streets of cities across the Golden State. > > The law that went into effect last month allows people to loiter with the intent of engaging in prostitution, Chief Dave Nisleit said – and that includes traffickers, sex buyers and sex workers. > > "New state laws make recovering trafficking victims more difficult while emboldening their traffickers,' Nisleit told reporters at a Tuesday news conference. "Your law enforcement officers are fighting an uphill battle when it comes to human trafficking." > > Local leaders in the San Diego area this week were celebrating a successful month-long investigation into human trafficking and prostitution that nabbed 48 arrests and identified 41 suspected victims of trafficking and sex exploitation. Among those rescued were children, including one girl who was only 13 years old. > > "It needs to be repealed," the police chief said of the new law. "We’re talking about a young lady who, by the age of 13, has fallen victim to this. How many more victims do we need to have in sex trafficking before we realize this is not a good law? We can address the disparities in a different manner."

These workers are part of a new economy of exploitation: Migrant children, who have been coming into the United States without their parents in record numbers, are ending up in some of the most punishing jobs in the country, a New York Times investigation found. This shadow work force extends across industries in every state, flouting child labor laws that have been in place for nearly a century. Twelve-year-old roofers in Florida and Tennessee. Underage slaughterhouse workers in Delaware, Mississippi and North Carolina. Children sawing planks of wood on overnight shifts in South Dakota.

Three of those detained are Belgians, while the rest are Chinese nationals. Belgian police also said they discovered 20 alleged victims of trafficking, all Chinese, during the raids across Belgian cities of Antwerp, Charleroi, Louvain, Neufchateau and Brussels.

cross-posted from: > The victims’ ages ranged from 13 to 52, including six children, and the average age was the mid-20s, Moore said.

The lawsuit claims, “Human trafficking was the principal business of the accounts Epstein maintained at JPMorgan.” The suit states JPMorgan and Deutsche bank “provided special treatment to the sex-trafficking venture, thereby ensuring its continued operation and sexual abuse and sex-trafficking of young women and girls.”

She actually lived one of Epstein’s apartments in 2006 with a few other girls. During that time, she worked for what she described as an “agency” which arranged paid dinners with wealthy clients: “I was paid to spend dinner with a gentleman.” Whatever happened after dinner with the client was done on her “own accord” and “after that time period had finished.”

cross-posted from: > The allegations include a claim the banks are at fault for "assisting, supporting, facilitating, and otherwise providing the most critical service for the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking organization to successfully rape, sexually assault, and coercively sex traffic." > > The accusers claim the banks had knowledge of the pattern of sex trafficking from Epstein — an allegation denied by Deutsche Bank.

Earlier this month, a court ordered the detainment of the berry picking firm's CEO, Jukka Kristo, on suspicion of human trafficking.

cross-posted from: > When you consider the shockingly high number of sex assaults that happen to illegal border crossers, especially children, and the allegations surrounding the unqualified employees who are responsible for looking after them; it’s almost as if Biden is endorsing the sex trafficking of minors.

cross-posted from: > Documents recovered at the Hernandez home suggest as many as 100 illegals were held or processed in the home each month for at least six months. It is alleged that the illegals were charged as much as $15,000 in smuggling fees.

A ramp check led to a search of the aircraft where the special agent found 19 migrants seated in the aircraft preparing to be flown to Houston. DPS contacted Border Patrol agents who identified the 19 as illegal immigrants from Central America. The group included 12 males and seven females, officials stated.

According to Jacobs, police on the tour shared that pimps want their prostitutes to become pregnant both to attract johns with a pregnancy fetish and to use the child as leverage after it's born to control the women even more forcefully. Jacobs also mentioned that most victims were chemically dependent and some were even children with special needs since such "children make perfect victims—they are easy to control, and many do not even realize the adults are exploiting them."

cross-posted from: > Friend says he was punished after complaining to his bosses about being dragged into J6 investigations that were “violating citizens’ Sixth Amendment rights due to overzealous charging by the DOJ and biased jury pools in Washington, DC.” > > His top-secret security clearance was suspended last week because he “entered FBI space [his office] and downloaded documents from FBI computer systems [an employee handbook and guidelines for employee disciplinary procedures] to an unauthorized removable flash drive.”

cross-posted from: > Sen. David Farnsworth, a Republican from Mesa, filed a report with the Arizona Department of Public Safety this week accusing Sen. Kate Brophy McGee, R-Phoenix, of threatening him if he didn’t stop investigating the outrageous claim. The news was first reported by Yellow Sheet Report, a high-priced insider newsletter aimed at lobbyists and government officials. > > Farnsworth told Yellow Sheet that he has been looking into how DCS “lost” more than 550 children last year, roughly half of whom are categorized as either runaways or otherwise missing. The rest appear to be flagged for paperwork errors. > > He said he fears the children have been abducted and sold into a global sex trafficking ring, and said he has been holding meetings with DCS, critics of the agency and fellow lawmakers, including Brophy McGee.

According to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), trafficking of illegal drugs and human trafficking often happen together. “For traffickers, it doesn’t matter which product is being sold — both drugs and sex are lucrative industries – as long as money is made. Drug cartels often use trafficked women and children to smuggle drugs across the border, doubling up on the money they can make from them,” DEA said.

Human Trafficking

    Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit.

    Men, women and children of all ages and from all backgrounds can become victims of this crime, which occurs in every region of the world.

    The traffickers often use violence or fraudulent employment agencies and fake promises of education and job opportunities to trick and coerce their victims.

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