16 Missing children rescued from Super Bowl sex trade in FBI sting

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February 4, 2014

Some American, some foreign nationals … who would think this would even be going on around a Super Bowl? I’m not naive, but … geez. This is heinous.

Sixteen children as young as 13, and some of whom had been reported missing by their families, were rescued from the sex trade in a law enforcement sting operation that targeted alleged pimps who brought the victims to New Jersey for Super Bowl weekend, FBI officials said.

More than 45 pimps and their associates were arrested in the operation conducted by law enforcement, the FBI announced Tuesday. Some admitted traveling to New Jersey from other states for the purpose of forcing women and children to have sex with Super Bowl tourists for money, according to federal investigators.

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Comments:
  1. Press Watch says:

    Which POLITICIAN had them?

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