Florida Authorities Rethink Human Trafficking

Monday, February 03, 2014

Content Advisory: This segment contains adult themes.

Law enforcement officials in South Florida are rethinking the way they investigate sex trafficking cases. They thought the problem was an imported one — that the victims were being brought into the state from places such as Asia and South America.

While in some case that is true, authorities discovered they actually have a home-grown problem — one much bigger than they imagined.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Wilson Sayre of WLRN reports.


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