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Get tougher on human trafficking

January 16, 2013

Ohio has improved its efforts to eliminate human trafficking, usually involving the sex trade, state legislators were told last week....

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NomoreCrap

Jan-16-13 3:28 PM

Exactly where is all this human trafficking taking place? We already know it's not in Trumbull County due to the wasted discriminatory effort against the Spas last year. There was no evidence there, nobody was saved, an industry was lost, buildings are empty but not one female was saved. So again where is the human trafficking? My guess is these efforts are being led by a bunch of morons who have no idea what to look for, or where human trafficking is taking place. Until you locate one female, just one female who has been subjected to the sex trade involuntarily you should go find other things to occupy your time. Right now you're wasting our time and displaying your ignorance & stupidity. I'll say it slower this time, NO SUCH TRAFFICKING EXISTS IN TRUMBULL COUNTY!!!

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Billdog

Jan-16-13 2:04 PM

I do agree that punishment should harsh and a deterrent, however every time one of these backers of intervention give statements they never back it with anything other than their words. When and where are these cases? Give examples not just statements. I seem to never read about any of all this going on, but some legislators want to fund anti human trafficking organizations.

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