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Old 07-20-2013, 12:45 PM
 
Location: Earth Wanderer, longing for the stars.
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A sex trafficking ring was broken up in New Jersey. It was operated by Mexican illegals. The network spanned NY, NJ, and other states. Authorities are searching for additional victims, who are hard to find since they, too, are in the country illegally -unfortunately, knowing little or no English is not that much of a handicap to hide in the USA.

Officials crack N.J. human sex trafficking ring

The article states that this sort of illegal activity is prevalent in NJ and other states and that people should report suspicious behavior to authorities.

"If you find that there is a house in which there is a constant influx of new people coming in and out… especially in residential neighborhoods, those are fairly odd occurrences, and worthy of note and worthy of the attention of law enforcement,'' he said.
He noted that the upcoming Super Bowl and influx of tourists to New Jersey will present a challenge to law enforcement regarding human trafficking.

State resources and Homeland Security are investigating these crimes. I wonder if this is an activity that Napolitano (Head of Homeland Security, who is stepping down) had looked the other way from? It's funny that there seems to be such a huge network of these creeps now. Did we not know about them for all these years?
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Old 07-20-2013, 01:16 PM
 
Location: Pa
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Yes illeagals only do jobs most of us Americans won't do. Like sex trafficking, ID theft and fraud, tax evasion and fraud. drug smuggling and of course the murder rape and robbery gigs. Obama would have us welcome this ilk to our country.
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Old 07-20-2013, 07:02 PM
 
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Yes illeagals only do jobs most of us Americans won't do. Like sex trafficking, ID theft and fraud, tax evasion and fraud. drug smuggling and of course the murder rape and robbery gigs. Obama would have us welcome this ilk to our country.
Jeeze, tinman. You cannot just blame our President because BOTH parties have pushed for legalization. John McCain was one of the point men for amnesty. This situation is a nightmare because both parties are turning their backs on the people of this country. BOTH.

We need campaign financing reform which will loosen the hold that big businesses have on our politicians. Right now, almost none can get elected without taking corporate money, so they dance to that tune. Yeah, and the Dems want the votes.

Don't you think a lot of these illegals are holding salaries down? Don't you think if THEY were not here people in poor neighborhoods would be getting those better paying jobs? Less welfare, their kids go to better schools, eat better? A win-win for everyone. It's in everyone's interests to get rid of these people. We need to pull together as fellow citizens and not be in-fighting with all these secondary issues that others put in our way for some reason.
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Old 07-20-2013, 09:02 PM
 
Location: Pa
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Jeeze, tinman. You cannot just blame our President because BOTH parties have pushed for legalization. John McCain was one of the point men for amnesty. This situation is a nightmare because both parties are turning their backs on the people of this country. BOTH.

We need campaign financing reform which will loosen the hold that big businesses have on our politicians. Right now, almost none can get elected without taking corporate money, so they dance to that tune. Yeah, and the Dems want the votes.

Don't you think a lot of these illegals are holding salaries down? Don't you think if THEY were not here people in poor neighborhoods would be getting those better paying jobs? Less welfare, their kids go to better schools, eat better? A win-win for everyone. It's in everyone's interests to get rid of these people. We need to pull together as fellow citizens and not be in-fighting with all these secondary issues that others put in our way for some reason.
It is Obama who parades illegals on stage and tries to convince everyone that it is a victimless crime.
I agree both parties are to blame but is Obama using illegals for political clout.
Until we the people hold our elected reps accountable change will never happen. Unfortunately free thinkers like yourself are out numbered by the hardliners. Why else would Mitt Romney have won the nomination? Why else would Obama after 4 horrible years win re-election?
America is held hostage by the 2 major parties.
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Old 07-21-2013, 10:27 AM
 
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The Senate Bill is making trafficking a non-crime -- as well as felony document fraud. Obama doesn't care one iota what kind of crimes have been committed to bring all these 11 to 30 million illegals here.
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Old 07-21-2013, 11:18 AM
 
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This has gone on for quite some time. Only in the last ten years or so has attention been really drawn to it. It's so hard to battle not only because the people perpetuating it are so good at keeping it out of sight, but also because there is strength in their numbers. Law enforcement fighting it needs to be as numerous and aggressive fighting it as the criminals are at continuing it. Also, the victims have no power. They're often brought into a new country where they're held hostage by stronger people, and even if they weren't, they often don't know the language, culture, laws or where they are.

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Yes illeagals only do jobs most of us Americans won't do. Like sex trafficking, ID theft and fraud, tax evasion and fraud. drug smuggling and of course the murder rape and robbery gigs. Obama would have us welcome this ilk to our country.
Oh believe me, Bush would've refused the victims abortions and T-Visas.
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Old 07-22-2013, 03:31 AM
 
Location: central Oregon
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When I lived in Phoenix, AZ I lived next to a pink drop house for at least 7 years. I called the police on them quite often, but the cops never showed. Wait, they did respond one time to complaints of loud music (which was turned down but then back up within a half hour.)

One day I called the cops because there was a U-Haul parked in their front yard - with a mattress inside, acting as a shield. At first we thought they were moving out, but it soon became apparent that another load of illegals had just arrived. Of course, the cops never showed.

How did we know it was a drop house?
Well, it was pink for starters... the only pink house on a really long street.
There was always different people and different dogs there - Always!
The neighbors were forever making the backyard of pink house look like those shacks you see in third world countries. Last I saw the yard was nearly filled with these illegal structures. Nope... we never saw a single building permit.
The U-Haul parked in front of their house for two days was the clincher for us.

We're glad we are not there anymore.
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Old 07-22-2013, 08:45 AM
 
Location: North Texas
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Sex trafficking in illegals is nothing new in this country....or in other countries. It happens in Europe too...a lot more than you'd think.
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