Hide Ya Kids: Teens As Young As 13 Rescued From Super Bowl Sex Trafficking

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They are some truly sick people in this world.

Teenagers Rescued From Super Bowl Sex Trafficking

SMH.

According ABC News:

Sixteen teenagers ranging in age from 13 to 17 were recovered by law enforcement in a crackdown on child trafficking surrounding the Super Bowl last weekend. The FBI said the teens included high school students and young people reported missing by their families.

“It is the most significant operation we’ve had around a big event,” Michael Osborne of the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children Unit told ABC News. “This is the most recoveries we’ve had at one time.”

Officials said the vast majority of the rescued teens were girls.

“These recoveries are victim-focused,” Osborn said. “Many times these young people are kept in this life by pimps using sexual, physical and emotional abuse.”

The crackdown also identified and arrested 45 pimps and their associates. The arrests came in New York, New Jersey and in Connecticut in the days leading up to the Super Bowl.

“High-profile special events, which draw large crowds, have become lucrative opportunities for child prostitution criminal enterprises,” said Ron Hosko, assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. “The FBI and our partners remain committed to stopping this cycle of victimization and putting those who try to profit from this type of criminal activity behind bars.”

We already know how guys who commit crimes against children are treated in prison…

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