Monthly Archives: November 2010

Vulnerability = Exploitation (pt. 2)

TRAFFIK ALERT:  Sweden “A group of men have been jailed by a court in southern Sweden for their role in the pimping of a 14-year-old mentally handicapped girl.”   Ice News http://www.icenews.is/index.php/2010/11/09/swedish-teen-pimps-sentenced/ This story out of Sweden, is just another … Continue reading

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Vulnerable = Exploitation

TRAFFIK ALERT: Ghana  http://www.ghananewsagency.org/s_social/r_22292/ “there exists in Ghana a large pool of potential victims rendered vulnerable by extreme poverty and ignorance”. To be vulnerable in today’s world is to be exploited. Hence for the majority of impoverished people in Ghana, … Continue reading

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When Does Punishment Fit the Crime?

“When these guys get caught, they get what? Six years? Maybe. They destroy 300 lives and they get six years. You traffic drugs, you get 20 years. There is something not right.” Iana Matei is the leading advocate for trafficking … Continue reading

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