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Thursday, May 5, 2011

AG Holder admits links between porn and trafficking, child porn, violence against women



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www.Waronillegalpornography.com In a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, who has oversight responsibility for the Department of Justice, Rep. Forbes (R-VA) asks Attorney General Eric Holder why the DOJ why all prosecutions of illegal adult obscenity has stopped. Holder admits there's a link between pornography and increased sex trafficking, child porn, violence against women and maybe sexual violence. He seems flustered when confronted with questions then about why they are doing nothing.

Date: May 3, 2011
CSPAN

This is in follow up to a letter sent April 4, 2011 from over 100 members of Congress demanding AG Holder prosecute obscenity crimes, which includes most available hardcore adult pornography.



Most human trafficking related to prostitution

More than 80 percent of the 2,515 suspected incidents of human trafficking investigated by law enforcement agencies between January 2008 and June 2010 involved adult prostitution or the exploitation and forced prostitution of children, a Justice Department report released Thursday says.

The report, written by the department's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), says 48 percent of the investigated incidents involved adults, while 40 percent uncovered the exploitation or forced prostitution of children. The remainder, about 350 cases, involved allegations of labor trafficking, in which people were being forced against their will into performing labor — including forced begging and roadside sales, along with work at hair salons, hotels and bars.

Any commercial sex act performed by a person under age 18 is considered human trafficking, regardless of whether force, fraud or coercion is involved, the report said.
Earlier this year, Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr., announced the formation of a presidential task force on human trafficking involving a new collaboration by the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security and Labor. Calling human trafficking a "modern-day slavery," he said it was "an affront to human dignity," adding that men, women and children were being exploited for sex and labor in "virtually every corner of our nation."

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I really would like to see this post, reposted, repeated and shared by everyone who visits my wall or finds this on his or her wall... I will indeed keep this at the top of my list each and every day until I know that everybody understands that, "more than four-fifths of the confirmed victims of sex trafficking - about 83 percent – were (are indeed) U.S. citizens,..." is a fact.

/s/ RICHARD A. SANDS, PD/PI
Michigan Private Detective Agency
State ID# 3701205140
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