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Team of Retired U.S. Navy Seals and Police Officers Are Rescuing Children from Trafficking

In nearly every civilization around the globe, human trafficking prevails, and contrary to what many people believe, the United States is not excluded from the horrifying reality. Every year around the world, millions of women, men, and children are kidnapped, deceived, coerced or lured away from their homes into some form of forced labor or sexual exploitation, a modern-day form of slavery. In many countries, people are trafficked for the purpose of occult rituals and medical exploration.

In the United States, there are several federal agencies working round-the-clock to combat human trafficking, most of which are under a parent body named the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (PITF), a cabinet-level committee which controls the activities of several other agencies and departments across the country battling human trafficking.

Also, there are other governmental and non-governmental agencies not under the control of the PITF but still serving the cause. These agencies work hand-in-hand to keep the vice under the rug, but they can only do so much. A trafficker could be someone a person trusts completely and would willingly follow to the ends of the earth. A person could desperately be in great distress and only a trafficker would come to them in the guise of a helper. These agencies give the best they can to rescue all victims, but they, unfortunately, can’t prevent every situation.

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