Heroin, Homeless, Helpless and Sex Trafficking:
A Hard Look at the Dark Side of Life
This show is not for the faint of heart. Truthfully, it is hard to look at. Predators prey on the vulnerable. A homeless woman is an exploited woman. A drug addicted victim whether male or female is easy prey for predators. A runaway teen has few options. They are all like flies in a spider web who become more entangled with each bad decision.
This week on “Exploited: Crimes Against Humanity” we will explore some hardcore cases of extreme violation . It is important to understand just how evil, evil can become if we do not work to rescue and defend vulnerable people. In these cases, we will examine where law enforcement, or a good Samaritan, intervened, reached out, and reported to law enforcement so they could help people who could not help themselves.
Join us this Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 7:00am PST on Voice America Variety Channel or access the archived show on ExploitedCrimes.com. Our goal is to understand how predators operate and to educate our young people so they will not become victims of human trafficking. Be sure to share this show with others so that together we can build a community of caring individuals for the prevention and intervention of sex trafficking!
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For more FREE human trafficking training, find all of our archived shows at ExploitedCrimes.com
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RESOURCES, LINKS and CASES:
- Girl, 15, forced into prostitution, injected with heroin in Caroline County, police say
- Born in prison, man headed back for sex trafficking ‘traumatized’ teens