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News, The Snitch FBI Releases Post-Super Bowl Trafficking Stats, But Says It Doesn’t Track the Number of Prostitutes Arrested

FBI Releases Post-Super Bowl Trafficking Stats, But Says It Doesn’t Track the Number of Prostitutes Arrested

As SF Weekly reported a couple of weeks ago, the Bay Area’s anti-human trafficking operations during the Super Bowl were no joke. More than 50 organizations, an army of 5,000 trained volunteers, and a who’s who of federal law enforcement…
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News, The Snitch CA Lawmaker Says Human Trafficking is a Good Reason to Make Your Smartphone Less Secure

CA Lawmaker Says Human Trafficking is a Good Reason to Make Your Smartphone Less Secure

January is Human Trafficking Awareness month, and here in San Francisco, state and local agencies have been busy hosting press conferences, summits, and training sessions for staff in the hospitality industry. Yesterday, at an event in the Tenderloin, the…
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News, The Snitch Neighbors Question Whether Richmond Sex Slave Is Telling the Truth

Neighbors Question Whether Richmond Sex Slave Is Telling the Truth

On Tuesday, police in Richmond arrested 35-year-old Eulogio Constantino-Sanchez on suspicion of kidnapping, rape, corporal injury, false imprisonment, and conspiracy. Authorities say Sanchez and a male relative used Facebook to lure a Nicaraguan woman to the U.S., where he then…
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News, The Snitch Peruvian Woman Files Suit In S.F. District Court, Alleges Human Trafficking and Forced Labor

Peruvian Woman Files Suit In S.F. District Court, Alleges Human Trafficking and Forced Labor

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum Meanwhile, in Walnut Creek...  Peruvian citizen Zoraida Pena Canal filed suit in federal district court this week, alleging she was trafficked into two years of forced labor as a nanny, cook, and…
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