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Sex trafficking happens every day in Minnesota. The justice department said the Twin Cities is one of 13 communities with a high number of sexually-exploited children.
One particular population has fallen prey to trafficking for years: Some come with a dark Duluth Minnesota women sex much deeper than the temptations that are easy to see.
One woman, who has asked not to be identified, went to college in Duluth.Magnolia Springs AL Horny Girls
She worked as a prostitute and a recruiter, under the power of a man who would control her life for years. Scott Drewlo with the Duluth Police Department admits it is hard to imagine that sex trafficking womej happen in his city.
Police would later learn that at least four Native American girls between 13 and 17 were being bought and sold for sex at the store. While police never found out where the Duluth Minnesota women sex in this case came from, the Fond Du Lac Indian Reservation, 30 miles from Duluth, has its own history in the sex-trafficking trade.
Lisa Pollak is the social services department coordinator for Fond Du Lac. Some girls, Pollak said, are as young as 10 and 12 years old.
A thousand ships a year dock at the Duluth harbor. There have been reports of women being sold to crews only to come back months later.
Wo,en down just how much this is happening has been a challenge for police.
One study found that nearly Native-American women and girls were the victims of sex trafficking over four years. But that only includes survivors who have spoken out.
In the case of Redd, a drug bust would put an end to his candy shop business. Police identified his victims by tattoos.
His name was scrawled on their backs. There is renewed effort across the state to break the cycle. Native-American organizations have teamed with Duluth Police to form a sex-trafficking task force.
Coast Guard is Duluth Minnesota women sex on board, watching the water. Investigators say the biggest challenge is trying to shatter a stereotype that these girls are criminals. A bill working its way through the state Capitol in St.
Paul intends to decriminalize juveniles who have been prostituted. An international event coming up on May in St. Paul will raise awareness about the issue.
The organizations Breaking Free and Mattoo are sponsoring two days of events, including a rally and walk to the Capitol, on Saturday, May