Saturday, March 17, 2007

if you don't think slavery still exists, you are wrong

no, it's NOT in some third world country. it's RIGHT HERE IN CONNECTICUT.

not only would someone FORCE a 12 (yes, i said TWELVE) year old into prostitution, people were having sex with that 12 (yes, i said TWELVE) year old. even with hair extensions and makeup, how could you not know someone was underage? yeah they caught the (alleged. it pains me to say alleged but one must) pimp but i want them (in this case) to catch ALL of the johns too. ALL OF 'EM. make them pay for what they did to that TWELVE year old

Authorities Describe Ring That Included 12-Year-Old Sex Slave

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Federal authorities said a New York man arrested as part of a human trafficking investigation forced a 12-year-old girl to be a sex slave, confining her to a house in New York and transporting her to Connecticut to work up to 12 hours a day as a prostitute.
The case shows that domestic trafficking of U.S. citizens is a concern along with international human trafficking, U.S. Attorney Kevin O'Connor said.
"We are not going to tolerate any type of trafficking here in Connecticut, particularly when children are being exploited in such an egregious manner as we allege here," O'Connor said.........

..........Corey "Magnificent" Davis, 35, face charges of sex trafficking, forced labor, document servitude, kidnapping and transporting minors for immoral purposes. Shamere "Barbie" McKenzie, 23, of New York, was charged with conspiracy to transport minors for immoral purposes.........

...........The operation allegedly allowed Davis to lead the high life. Authorities seized $29,000 in cash, two Mercedes Benz cars, a two-family house in Queens, and jewelry worth $110,000, including a watch with diamond stones, from Davis.
Davis, who has been detained since his arrest in December, faces a maximum term of life in prison if convicted. McKenzie, who was released on $100,000 bond after her arrest in January, faces up to five years in prison if convicted.
The case was investigated by the Smuggling and Trafficking of Persons Investigative Task Force, the FBI, Internal Revenue Service, state and local police......

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