Chicago Aids Victims of Sex Trafficking, On The Rise in U.S.

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Marian Hatcher, a former prostitute and drug addict, is the architect of programs in Chicago's Cook County Sheriff's Office to help care for victims of sex trafficking at a time when the crime appears to be on the rise, reports the Wall Street Journal. There were 744 incidents of commercial sex acts in 2015 and 219 cases of . . .

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