Friday, November 04, 2016

In the USA pedophilia is hidden in the human trafficking statistics.

October 17, 2016
By Taylor Weik

Janet Basilan (click here) found herself on a plane to the United States in January 2009, reluctant to leave her son and husband behind in the Philippines, but eager, like the six other teachers on her flight, to begin working in the American public education system so that she could send money back home. Basilan told NBC News the person who recruited her had promised she would earn five times the amount she currently made as a high school science teacher in the Philippines. All she had to do was pay travel and settlement fees.
Basilan said she borrowed close to $18,000 in loans from her bank and several loan sharks, certain she'd be able to pay everything back with her new job. But instead of going to work, Basilan spent two months confined to a house in Maryland with more than 20 other teachers before learning that there weren't any jobs waiting for them.
There never were, she said....

The FBI has been mostly ineffective in human trafficking, especially in the area of pedophilia.

October 18, 2016
By Zhai Yun Tan

She was just 17 when she got into prostitution (click here) – but she didn’t know she was a victim, at the time. She had been raped and beaten by her father since she was 12 years old. She was desperate for a breakthrough as a model.
“I didn’t understand that it was an upscale call girl,” the sex trafficking victim whose identity is kept anonymous said in a Federal Bureau of Investigation video. “They used us young people because ... we’re young and we’re naive, and nine out of 10 times they’re right.”
By the time she realized what she got herself into, she had been beaten and starved. She left believing that the pimp was possibly going to kill her either way....