Can human slavery and a porous border be two completely separate and unrelated things.
We have some kind of States AG convention here in San Antonio this week, and their newest thing is a crackdown on human smuggling.
Illegal immigration was mentioned once, and not in relation to *HOW* these sex slaves get into America and elsewhere.
Attorneys General from all fifty states have gathered in San Antonio for the annual convention of the National Association of Attorneys General, and officials tell 1200 WOAI's Michael Board that strategies to fight human trafficking are on the top of the agenda.
One proposal, being floated by Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna is to stop dancing around the issue of modern day slavery, and call it what it is.
"This is not prostitution, this is not illegal immigration, these are people who have been brought in against their will or under false pretenses," McKenna says.
Human trafficking has replaced drug dealing as the number two crime in terms of profits worldwide, behind only trafficking in illegal weapons.
UMM,,,,yeah, maybe if the ATF, FBI, BATF and the rest would stop using tax money to send guns down to Mexico- maybe the #1 crime would change, huh Sparky?
He says we have come a long way in dealing with domestic violence to the point where everybody is aware of the problem, society itself is fighting back against it, and people who commit the crime are not only prosecuted, they are marginalized and shunned by the greater community. The attorneys general will try to make that happen with human trafficking.
"We don't even have a good fix today on how many domestic human trafficking victims there are in the United States today," he said.
And we never will because Liberals don't want anyone getting near actually doing something about stopping the flood of illegals into the country.