Up To 17,000 In U.S. Human Trafficking Each Year

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As many as 17,000 people each year are brought to the U.S. by human traffickers who trap them in slavery-like conditions for forced sex, sweatshop labor, and domestic servitude, the Justice Department said yesterday, according to the Associated Press. In congressional testimony, a top U.S. Homeland Security Department official estimated that human smuggling and trafficking
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