06/15/2012

'Great strides' made combating human trafficking

The Justice Department set a record last year for the number of people charged in human-trafficking cases

By Jerry Seper
The Washington Times

WASHINGTON — Human trafficking is modern-day slavery whose victims include young women coming to the U.S. in search of a new life, children who grew up here but fall into a life of desperation and migrant workers robbed of the means to ensure their independence, a top Justice Department official said Wednesday.

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