Human Trafficking-Atlanta

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  1. My reply to TEC aside, I can verify that everything above is true, and as best as sources know, reasonably accurate. I lived outside of Atlanta for 13 years. It’s an issue that’s known to residents at large, but nobody seems to know how to deal with it. Adult sex trafficking and prostitution is rampant in and around Atlanta also. Asian sex trafficking in particular. Women flown into Atlanta, lured by promises of green cards and then being forced to work in “massage parlors”.

  2. I learned a few weeks ago, have you ever noticed random signs on the side of the road that say weird stuff like “we buy houses!” And such? They’re human trafficking businesses and what they do is try to get people to meet them somewhere and then abduct them.

    1. That’s media hysteria. I’m sure it happens sometimes. Usually it’s just real estate speculators hoping to take advantage of people with run down homes and too many bills.

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