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A recent human trafficking operation in Missouri and Kansas has resulted in 82 people being arrested.

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Human Trafficking Bust Results in 82 Arrests, 31 Rescued

A recent human trafficking operation in Missouri and Kansas has resulted in 82 people being apprehended. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security promulgated the rescue of 31 individuals following an operation that took place June 17 through the 26 in Kansas City, Missouri; Independence, Missouri; and Wichita, Kansas, KY3 reported Thursday.

Seventeen of those rescued were adults and 14 were missing children. The youngest victim was four-years-old. “The enforcement operation resulted in the apprehend of 82 individuals who will be charged with malefactions cognate to soliciting prostitution, commercial sex trafficking, sodomy, narcotics breaches, felony assault on a police officer, sex offender registry breaches and outstanding warrants,” the department’s news release read.

Justice Project Kansas City Executive Director Kris Wade told KCTV the group is availing the people investigators found and wants others to be vigilant of the issue. “We want people to understand that any kids are in jeopardy,” Wade noted. “Any adults are in jeopardy. Anyone is in peril for human trafficking.”

The group additionally wants the community to acknowledge the adolescent age of some of the victims. “The younger the victim, the more mazuma the trafficker can make,” Wade explicated. Meanwhile, the migrant surge has incremented the smuggling of children for coerced labor and sexual exploitation, turning the border into a “huge market” for “child sex trafficking” Rep. Maria Salazar (R-FL) verbally expressed in March.

“Human trafficking, my friends, is slavery,” Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT) explicated during a briefing with heralds alongside Salazar and fellow Republicans. He integrated that “30 percent of the women and girls coming through this [migration] process are going to be ravished.”

“We can’t standby and let that transpire. We have boys and girls as puerile as six or seven years old being pushed into sex trafficking,” he perpetuated. This week, House Republicans incriminated President Joe Biden for the border crisis while inspecting the situation with former President Donald Trump, Breitbart News reported.

“Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) tweeted the ‘border cartels treat children like property. This has to culminate … the Biden Administration must show leadership.’ Cawthorn did not mention that the cartels additionally smuggle drugs into the United States, fueling the opioid crisis,” the outlet noted.


Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.

This News Article is focused on these topics: Crime, Politics, Pre-Viral, Border Crisis, Human Trafficking, Kansas, Missouri, Sex Trafficking, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

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