• State Department Report: U.S. #1 in Sex Trafficking - 60% American Child Sex Slaves Come Out of Foster Care

    According to a recently released report by the State Department, the top three nations of origin for victims of human trafficking in 2018 were the United States, Mexico and the Philippines. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered the Trafficking in Persons report, which is created annually by the State Department to document human trafficking in the year prior, and highlighted the growing focus that government agencies and nonprofit organizations have dedicated to stopping human trafficking. Over the last two months, Fox News has investigated human trafficking. If there’s one takeaway from our reporting, it’s that the industry is fueled by an unceasing demand. “We have a major issue here in the United States” Geoff Rogers, co-founder of the United States Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT), said in an interview with Fox News. “The United States is the No. 1 consumer of sex worldwide. So we are driving the demand as a society.” “We're also driving the demand with our own people, with our own kids,” Rogers said. “So there are tremendous numbers of kids, a multitude of kids that are being sold as sex slaves today in America. These are American kids, American-born, 50 percent to 60 percent of them coming out of the foster care industry.”

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  • State Department Report: U.S. #1 in Sex Trafficking - 60% American Child Sex Slaves Come Out of Foster Care

    Sherry said:

    WITH THIS REPORT AND ALL THE TRAGIC INFORMATION IT CONTAINS, WHY AND THE HELL IS THERE NOT AN IMMEDIATE SHUT DOWN OF THE CPS/DCS OFFICES EVERYWHERE.???

    In the adage of a cliff there is the

    options of a guard rail at top vs. an

    ambulance at the bottom. The risk of

    high damage or even death that may be

    unrecoverable at the bottom force the

    guard rail atop.

    Guard rail #1: enforcement and

    accountability for following proper

    protocol to even prevent children from

    getting to the cliff without a parent

    or next of kin. This raises the

    question of what investment or effort

    was exercised to ensure the child and

    biological parent/s relationship was

    encouraged and supported first and

    foremost? This is priority #1 that is

    both treated and financed in lip

    service if you are fortunate. #2

    should then come into play only after

    #1 is exhausted first. Every protocol

    for a child removal from a biological

    parent/s situation should look hard

    for a next of kin that can maintain

    family care and identity. Both of

    these priorities in actual practiced

    are not just skipped over, but

    purposefully avoided. Why?

    Plain and simple is other actions,

    more akin to the ambulance at the

    bottom of the cliff are supported via

    funding and profits. Many have even

    been so bold to say that the children

    are actually first trafficked

    'legally' by the governmental system

    before going over the second cliff to

    illegal trafficking. Or the first

    system exploiting the child for

    funding set the child up for the

    second. Consider that there are huge

    federal Grants and Title IV funding

    via ASFA to the 'Local Community'

    through the state totaling almost a

    $trillion per year to skip priority #1

    and #2! This is easily over a $

    trillion industry when you add in all

    the other public and private

    'services' that exploit the child via

    the system. Services, public and

    private, that are dependent on

    children going over cliff one, so much

    so that hologram like guardrail is

    installed to bait children over the

    cliff in increasing numbers with no

    ability to ever return to normality.

    Profits drive trafficking, both

    legal first cliff and illegal second

    cliff. Lack of profits for

    strengthening biological parents and

    or supposed required next of kin

    priorities are feigned false store

    fronts of entrapment. Justice, DV,

    Best Interest of the child, abuse, GAL,

    Therapy and Psychology constructs, etc.

    Have all become hollow holograms to

    fool the general public while

    maximizing profit. Incentivized laws

    have usurped all other laws, rights

    and exigences as a means to their ends

    PERIOD. The only real fix is to

    urgently restore priority #1 and #2 by

    placing the funding as close to the

    parents or next of kins hands as

    possible without 'middle men'

    government agencies. And

    accountability for actual measurable

    Return on Investment (ROI) to replace

    current unaccountable systems that are

    rewarded for growing the number of

    problem children served i.e. making

    pseudo hologram guardrails so local

    community can profit from ambulance

    below, and even buy more ambulances.

    An ounce of prevention is worth a $

    trillion in cure! To get fed funding

    school systems currently have

    protocol that must be met without

    fudging numbers i.e. accountable! This

    currently does not exist at all in the

    systems that are supposed to help

    children! Until the ambulance system

    is motivated to work itself out of a

    job the unconscionable consequences

    will be the second cliff of

    exploitation via illegal trafficking.

  • State Department Report: U.S. #1 in Sex Trafficking - 60% American Child Sex Slaves Come Out of Foster Care

    WITH THIS REPORT AND ALL THE TRAGIC INFORMATION IT CONTAINS, WHY AND THE HELL IS THERE NOT AN IMMEDIATE SHUT DOWN OF THE CPS/DCS OFFICES EVERYWHERE.???

  • State Department Report: U.S. #1 in Sex Trafficking - 60% American Child Sex Slaves Come Out of Foster Care

    Admin said:

    According to a recently released report by the State Department, the top three nations of origin for victims of human trafficking in 2018 were the United States, Mexico and the Philippines. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered the Trafficking in Persons report, which is created annually by the State Department to document human trafficking in the year prior, and highlighted the growing focus that government agencies and nonprofit organizations have dedicated to stopping human trafficking. Over the last two months, Fox News has investigated human trafficking. If there’s one takeaway from our reporting, it’s that the industry is fueled by an unceasing demand. “We have a major issue here in the United States” Geoff Rogers, co-founder of the United States Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT), said in an interview with Fox News. “The United States is the No. 1 consumer of sex worldwide. So we are driving the demand as a society.” “We're also driving the demand with our own people, with our own kids,” Rogers said. “So there are tremendous numbers of kids, a multitude of kids that are being sold as sex slaves today in America. These are American kids, American-born, 50 percent to 60 percent of them coming out of the foster care industry.”
    1. Please help me and my family regarding medical kidnapping, false allegations, and crimes of perjury committed by a DCS case worker who made multiple false statements and I have letters submitted to me directly from the people who the case worker made up the lies and false allegations. My letters completely defend me and hold them liable for perjury and slander. I have submitted them to the DCS and to their state attorneys and requested they retract and correct their statements and they have refused. They have taken full custody of my son from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital after I had allergic reactions to perfumes and colognes which is part of my medical disability. Please help me.
  • State Department Report: U.S. #1 in Sex Trafficking - 60% American Child Sex Slaves Come Out of Foster Care

    MD- said:

    Admin said:
    According to a recently released report by the State Department, the top three nations of origin for victims of human trafficking in 2018 were the United States, Mexico and the Philippines. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered the Trafficking in Persons report, which is created annually by the State Department to document human trafficking in the year prior, and highlighted the growing focus that government agencies and nonprofit organizations have dedicated to stopping human trafficking. Over the last two months, Fox News has investigated human trafficking. If there’s one takeaway from our reporting, it’s that the industry is fueled by an unceasing demand. “We have a major issue here in the United States” Geoff Rogers, co-founder of the United States Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT), said in an interview with Fox News. “The United States is the No. 1 consumer of sex worldwide. So we are driving the demand as a society.” “We're also driving the demand with our own people, with our own kids,” Rogers said. “So there are tremendous numbers of kids, a multitude of kids that are being sold as sex slaves today in America. These are American kids, American-born, 50 percent to 60 percent of them coming out of the foster care industry.”
    1. Please help me and my family regarding medical kidnapping, false allegations, and crimes of perjury committed by a DCS case worker who made multiple false statements and I have letters submitted to me directly from the people who the case worker made up the lies and false allegations. My letters completely defend me and hold them liable for perjury and slander. I have submitted them to the DCS and to their state attorneys and requested they retract and correct their statements and they have refused. They have taken full custody of my son from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital after I had allergic reactions to perfumes and colognes which is part of my medical disability. Please help me.

    That's so terrible! There seems to be so many families destroyed by Phoenix Children's Hospital! :(

    Someone should start a Group dedicated to families whose children have been taken by PCH so that you can all help each other - grassroots movement! (You can create Groups on this Community site if you are a registered user.)

    Have you tried reaching out to other advocates in Arizona? One way to find some other families who might be able to guide or advise you are parents who have dealt with CPS in Arizona. Try looking for these families in the other Medical Kidnap stories, and then finding them on Facebook. >> http://medicalkidnap.com/?find=Arizona

    You should also look up Merissa Hamilton on Facebook. She is from Arizona and an advocate for families there.

    You can check the Medical Kidnap Resource page to see if anything there can be of help>> http://medicalkidnap.com/resources/