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Police nab cartel member in organ trafficking case

Ring would kidnap children, take them to homes to have organs removed, official said. Ref. Source 3

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Special Report: State Department watered down human trafficking report:

Countries such as India, Uzbekistan and Mexico, wound up with better grades than the State Department's human-rights experts wanted to give them, the sources said Ref. Source 9f

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Feinstein says 'action needed' to save girls

In an op-ed, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein calls sex trafficking of underage girls — often as young as 12 — "One of the most repulsive crimes imaginable," But says it’s part of a multibillion-dollar underground industry in our state. Here's the whole of what she said. Ref. Source 7s

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Human trafficking laws were supposed to help women. These victims’ stories say otherwise. Stories of sex trafficking often are filled with details of police raids, angry neighbors, arrests and sometimes advocacy groups. Rarely are the victims the center of coverage. This story for National Trafficking Awareness Month — based on interviews with survivors and experts, and more than 50 criminal and civil cases — is about them. Source 8n.

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