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Human trafficking

 

January 25, 2019



In the hit “Drivin’ My Life Away,” Eddie Rabbitt sang: “Well, the truck stop cutie comin’ on to me. Tried to talk me into a ride, said I wouldn’t be sorry. Oh, but she was just a baby.”

That was 1980 and things are a lot different today. Bethany Gilot, human trafficking prevention director, says, “People just don’t want to know that this is happening in our own great nation.” Much goes unreported but there have been more than 32,000 cases in the last decade. According to Windie Jo Lazenko each case represents a life torn apart, lived under the threat of violence, withou...



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