It’s not my problem…

I was recently at a cocktail party where the issue of child trafficking in the United States came up in the course of conversation.

“It’s not a problem in our community,” said one person.

“If it is really a problem, the police and the FBI will take care of it,” said another.

“It’s not really a problem here in the US,” said a third.

As evidenced by the tone of a single cocktail party, these types of opinions are widespread. Sadly, they are completely misinformed.

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