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An estimated 25 million people worldwide are suffering from labor and sex trafficking today.
This event is about the fight for freedom from sexual exploitation and trafficking in our communities. Help support the healing and restoration of victims and survivors. One day the goal is to live in a state, and live in a country where sexual exploitation and trafficking no longer exists.
"This operation is an example of the aggressive steps necessary to stop traffickers and johns who buy and sell people for sex in our communities," BCA Superintendent Drew Evans said in a statement. "We can't let this crime continue, and we must work together to stop it."
A KARE 11 investigation revealed that Minnesota courts often ignored the law and cut defendants convicted in sex trafficking cases a break by waiving the mandatory fine. KARE 11’s analysis of court records from 2011 through 2017 revealed that Minnesota judges failed to impose the fine on 60 percent of sex traffickers and a third of all buyers.
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