How Feds, Nonprofit Fight Human Trafficking in Detroit

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When some 200 law enforcement officers raided the Victory Inn in Detroit last month, they recovered more than just narcotics. They also rescued 14 victims of human trafficking who were being provided drugs in exchange for “commercial sex dates” in filthy rooms filled with needles, crack pipes and guns, reports the Detroit News. A nonprofit called Alternatives . . .

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