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Hate 2 say I told u so: Operation Fast & Furious a drug cartel deal

In August 2011 as Operation Fast & Furious was unfolding, I wrote this post with my suspicions about what the supposed DEA operation was really about. Now part of my suspicions have been confirmed. The US government made dirty deals with the Sinaloa drug cartel and Fast & Furious was part of their agreement, according… Continue reading Hate 2 say I told u so: Operation Fast & Furious a drug cartel deal

government · human rights · human trafficking · law · women

Human trafficking victims get funds from sell of property

Human traffickers in Houston, Texas who targeted teenage girls, and were tried and convicted in court, have had all of their property confiscated and sold.  The traffickers owned homes, restaurants, and other properties. The state of Texas took $600,000 from the sale and has awarded it in an even split to five victims. It will… Continue reading Human trafficking victims get funds from sell of property

Christianity · human trafficking · law · religion

Trucker calls 911, rescues trafficked kids

Back in the 1980s and '90s when I read Revelation and it mentioned that there would be bondmen, or slaves, present in the last days, I doubted how that would be possible given how far mankind had come and how slavery was outlawed worldwide.  However it is now clear that slavery in the form of… Continue reading Trucker calls 911, rescues trafficked kids

children · Christianity · crime · human rights · human trafficking · sexuality

Groups of U.S. kids rescued from sexual slavery

During the weekend of Oct. 23, 2009, 50 American children were rescued from sexual slavery thanks to the FBI in partnership with the Innocence Lost National Initiative.  The rescues occurred in 36 U.S. cities and netted the arrest of 60 pimps and 631 other adults. With these arrests, child sexual exploitation and human trafficking are… Continue reading Groups of U.S. kids rescued from sexual slavery

children · Christianity · crime · human trafficking · humanity · immigration · women

Criminal enterprises from Mexico love illegal immigration

Human trafficking continues to be a popular black market industry in Mexico.  According to the Social Development and Assistance Study and Research Center, 21 of Mexico's 32 states are points of origin and destination in the trafficking of women and children who are usually poor.  Organized criminal enterprises have approximately 100,000 women and children caught up in their network of selling… Continue reading Criminal enterprises from Mexico love illegal immigration