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Victims of child trafficking are recruited in the following manner.
1. Hard and soft abductions.
4. Transferred and harbored in the black market.
5. Then they are sold.
Children are exploited in many ways. They may be forced to work in sweatshops, construction sites, as domestic servants, as child beggars, as child soldiers, on farms or even forced to work in brothels and strip clubs or for escort and massage services.
Children are targeted via soft or hard abductions. Traffickers identify weaknesses in children such as mental disorders, attention seekers, broken homes, drug users, runaways and the like.
Traffickers will then utilize psychological manipulation to build a false trust with the children. This can include, but not limited to, drug and alcohol use as well as empty promises.
Children then bear witness to the reality of their situation via forced sex, drug addiction and more. The traffickers then dominate the child via physical and psychological means.
When the child victim is broken, they then become a commodity on the black market. These children may believe they have no choice or they may believe they made the conscious choice to live a life of trafficking.
A child is sold for sex approximately 20-30 times per day.
This is the fastest growing and second largest criminal enterprise in the world generating over $150.2B illegal profits a year $99B comes from sexual exploitation.
In 2018, over half 51.6% of the criminal human tracking cases active in the US were sex tracking cases involving only children.
Children are trafficked for sex 4X more than adults.
98% of sex trafficking are women & girls.
It is estimated that between 18,000 and 20,000 victims are trafficked into the United States every year.
Children raised in foster care have a greater chance of becoming victims. In 2013, 60% of child victims the FBI recovered were from foster care. In 2017, 14% of children reported missing were likely victims of sex trafficking, and 88% of those had been in child welfare.
The Mexican state of Tlaxcala has been identified as the biggest source of sex slaves to the US. In 2015, five out of 10 of Homeland Security's "most wanted" sex traffickers were from Tenancingo, in Tlaxcala. There were estimates that one in 10 people from Tenancingo were involved in trafficking.
Other than the sex trade, trafficking victims often work in private residences, on farms, in the hospitality industry, and in the health and beauty service industry.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children stated 73% of 10,000 child sex trafficking reports it received per year involved ads from Backpage.
1/3 to 40% of the 2.8 million US kids that run away each year will be approached for recruitment into pornography and prostitution within 24 hours!
Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise because unlike drugs, sex slaves can be sold multiple times a night.
Babies are sold on the black market, where the profits are divided between the doctors, lawyers, traffickers, border officials and others.
According to a 2009 Washington Times article, the Taliban buys children as young as seven years old, to use as suicide bombers.
A trafficker can earn 20 times what they paid for a girl, provided she was not physically brutalized to the point of ruining her beauty. The pimp can sell her again for a higher price because he has trained her and broken her spirit, saving the new buyers the hassle.
One slave can earn her trafficker between $200,000 and $300,000 a year. That’s just ONE GIRL!
Organ harvesting is a rapidly growing business that benefits from human trafficking.
50% of human trafficking victims are under 16 years of age.
12% of websites on the internet are pornographic.
Every second, $3,075.64 is spent on pornography, and 28,258 internet users are viewing pornography.
40 million Americans are regular visitors to porn sites.
One human organ is sold illegally every single hour.
They may die from physical abuse, drug addiction, STD's, AIDS, drug overdose, or suicide.
The average price of a slave in 1809 (adjusted to today's value) was $40,000, and in 2009, the average price of a slave was $90.
Every 26 seconds a child is sold into slavery.
1 million are forced across international borders each year.
Over 30 million slaves exist in our world today.
Trafficking is now the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, generating $99 billion in the commercial sex trade.
There is someone trafficked in the sex trade every 30 seconds!
1 out of every 236 people is a victim of human trafficking.
It is not unusual to find 4 year old girls "working" in the brothels in Southeast Asia.
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