Saturday, November 14, 2015

Human trafficking survivor: I was raped 43,200 times

Borderland Beat posted by DD republished from CNN

Story Highlights;
 Karla Jacinto was lured from poverty in Mexico by a man who befriended her with sweets and a story
  • She spent four years being forced to have sex 30 times a day
  • She has told her story to the U.S. Congress to get changes in the law, and to the pope
  • She says: "You need to learn about what happened to me and take the blindfold off your eyes"
 DD:  Human sex trafficking and forced prostitution is huge industry and probably the most neglected and under reported by the media and and as result has the less public awareness of all major crimes.   It is believed by some law enforcement and human rights groups that it has surpassed the income produced by drugs for some of the smaller cartels in Mexico.  Borderland Beat has reported on this horrendous crime since our beginning.  There are too many of those stories to list them all here, but by using the search button on both the Main Page and the Forum page and typing "human sex trafficking" you will find them.  One of them in particular from 2012 will show you the enormity of this human rights issue.   In that story a Congresswoman is giving a report to the Mexican lower house of Congress in the fight to pass stronger laws in Mexico concerning this crime.  She is shown presenting a report prepared by a respected NGO that shows there are at least 800,000 sex trafficking cases in Mexico each year.


Traffickers have always targeted  young girls, usually from small towns and villages, teenagers and younger because they are  vulnerable  .   But in this age of electronic social media (Face Book etc) they also lure desperate vulnerable older women into the "life" with a good story and promises of a wonderful life.  While most of us would find it hard to believe that a woman in her 30's or 40s would become involved with a man they had only met on the internet and never in person, it happens more than we know.  Women who are victims of domestic violence or other abuses grasping  for a straw   

I know it happens because I have first hand knowledge of it happening.

The following tragic story is about a young girl named Karla who was forced into prostitution when  
she was 12 years old.  She is now 23 years old and has become a strong advocate against human trafficking.  The traffickers who target the children are, in my opinion, the lowest form of despicable criminal.

 KARLA'S STORY



 Mexico City (CNN)  Karla Jacinto is sitting in a serene garden. She looks at the ordinary sights of flowers and can hear people beyond the garden walls, walking and talking in Mexico City. 
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She looks straight into my eyes, her voice cracking slightly, as she tells me the number she wants me to remember -- 43,200.  By her own estimate, 43,200 is the number of times she was raped after falling into the hands of human traffickers.  She says up to 30 men a day, seven days a week, for the best part of four years -- 43,200.

Her story highlights the brutal realities of human trafficking in Mexico and the United States, an underworld that has destroyed the lives of tens of thousands of Mexican girls like Karla.

Human trafficking has become a trade so lucrative and prevalent, that it knows no borders and links towns in central Mexico with cities like Atlanta and New York.

 U.S. and Mexican officials both point to a town in central Mexico that for years has been a major source of human trafficking rings and a place where victims are taken before being eventually forced into prostitution. The town is called Tenancingo.
It has been called the "World Capitol of Sex Trafficking", but better known as "the town of pimps".

Even though it has a population of about 13,000 it has an oversized reputation when it comes to prostitution and pimping, says Susan Coppedge, who is now the U.S. State Department's Ambassador at Large to Combat Human trafficking, and previously worked at the U.S. Attorney's office in Atlanta.

 "That's what the town does. That is their industry," Coppedge says. (DD: In one video a young pimp defended himself by saying "My father was a pimp, his father was a pimp, my uncle is pimp, and when I was 13 my father told me I was going to be a pimp and they started training me".)

 "And yet in smaller, rural communities the young girls don't have any idea that this is what the town's reputation is, so they are not suspicious of the men who come from there. They think they have got a great future with this person. They think they love and it is the same story of recruitment every time."


 "That's what the town does. That is their industry," Coppedge says. "And yet in smaller, rural communities the young girls don't have any idea that this is what the town's reputation is, so they are not suspicious of the men who come from there. They think they have got a great future with this person. They think they love and it is the same story of recruitment every time."

 Mistreated from the age of 5


Karla says she was abused for as long as she can remember and felt rejected by her mother. "I came from a dysfunctional family. I was sexually abused and mistreated from the age of 5 by a relative,' she says.

When she was 12 she was targeted by a trafficker who lured her away using kind words and a fast car.
She says she was waiting for some friends near a subway station in Mexico City, when a little boy selling sweets came up to her, telling her somebody was sending her a piece of candy as a gift.

Five minutes later, Karla says, an older man was talking to her, telling her that he was a used car salesman.
The initial awkwardness disappeared as soon as the man started telling her that he was also abused as a boy. He was also very affectionate and quite a gentleman, she says.

They exchanged phone numbers and when he called a week later, Karla says she got excited. He asked her to go on a trip to nearby Puebla with him and dazzled her by showing up driving a bright red Firebird Trans Am.

"When I saw the car I couldn't believe it. I was very impressed by such a big car. It was exciting for me. He asked me to get in the car to go places," she says.

'Red flags' were everywhere

 t didn't take long for the man, who at 22 was 10 years older than Karla, to convince her to leave with him, especially after Karla's mother didn't open the door one night when she came home a little too late.

"The following day I left with him. I lived with him for three months during which he treated me very well. He loved on me, he bought me clothes, gave me attention, bought me shoes, flowers, chocolates, everything was beautiful," Karla says.

But there were red flags everywhere also.

Karla says her boyfriend would leave her by herself for a week in their apartment. His cousins would show up with new girls every week. When she finally mustered the courage to ask what business they were in, he told her the truth. "They're pimps," he said.

"A few days later he started telling me everything I had to do; the positions, how much I need to charge, the things I had to do with the client and for how long, how I was to treat them and how I had to talk to them so that they would give me more money," Karla says.

Four years of hell
It was the beginning of four years of hell. The first time she was forced to work as a prostitute she was taken to Guadalajara, one of Mexico's largest cities.

"I started at 10 a.m. and finished at midnight. We were in Guadalajara for a week. Do the math. Twenty per day for a week. Some men would laugh at me because I was crying. I had to close my eyes so that that I wouldn't see what they were doing to me, so that I wouldn't feel anything," Karla says.

There would be several other cities. She would be sent to brothels, roadside motels, streets known for prostitution and even homes. There were no holidays or days off, and after the first few days, she was made to see at least 30 customers a day, seven days a week.

Karla tells how she was attacked by her trafficker after a john gave her a hickey. "He started beating me with a chain in all of my body. He punched me with his fists, he kicked me, pulled my hair, spit at me in the face, and that day was when he also burned me with the iron. I told him I wanted to leave and he was accusing me of falling in love with a customer. He told me I like being a whore."

And then came a child...

One day, when she was working at a hotel known for prostitution, police showed up. They kicked out of all of the customers, Karla says, and shut down the hotel. She thought it was her lucky day -- a police operation to rescue her and the other girls.

Her relief turned quickly to horror when the officers, about 30 she says, took the girls to several rooms and started shooting video of them in compromising positions. The girls were told the videos would be sent to their families if they didn't do everything they asked.

"I thought they were disgusting. They knew we were minors. We were not even developed. We had sad faces. There were girls who were only 10 years old. There were girls who were crying. They told the officers they were minors and nobody paid attention," Karla says. She was 13 years old at the time.

In her nightmare world even a pregnancy was cause for horror not joy.

Karla gave birth at 15 to a girl -- a baby fathered by the pimp who would use the daughter to tighten the noose around her neck: if she didn't fulfill his every wish, he would either harm or kill the baby.

He took the baby away from her a month after the baby was born, and she was not allowed to see her again until the girl was more than a year old.

Karla Jacinto was finally rescued in 2008 during an anti-trafficking operation in Mexico City.

Her ordeal lasted four very long and tormenting years. She was still a minor, only 16, when it ended -- but she has endured a lifetime of horror that will stay with her as long as she lives.

CNN independently verified portions of Karla's story. We have spoken with the United Against Human Trafficking group she was referred to after being rescued, and to senior officials at Road to Home, a shelter where Karla lived for one year after her rescue. Due to the clandestine nature of the human trafficking business, corroborating everything Karla told us is not possible.

'Take the blindfold off your eyes'

Karla is now 23 years old. She has become an outspoken advocate against human trafficking, telling her story at conferences and public events.

She told her story to Pope Francis in July at the Vatican. (DD for more details of her presentation to the  Pope click this link.in Spanish  The Pope became so emotional after hearing her testimony that he wanted the above photo of her and another victim taken.with him to show his support for what they are doing to fight human trafficking)

She also told her story to the U.S. Congress in May.  The text of her testimony can be found here.
Her testimony was used as evidence in support for H.R. 515 or Megan's Law that mandates U.S. authorities share information pertaining to American child sex offenders when these convicts attempt to travel abroad.

Her message is that human trafficking and forced prostitution still happens and is a growing problem in our world.

Karla says: "These minors are being abducted, lured, and yanked away from their families. Don't just listen to me. You need to learn about what happened to me and take the blindfold off your eyes."
Doing nothing, she says, puts countless girls at risk of being trafficked for years and raped tens of thousands of times, just like she was.

You can help end sex trafficking by donating to a charity or making another pledge.
Find out more at cnn.com/freedom

81 comments:

  1. But why tell the US congress? Is it their responsiblity to police the world of sex trafficking? Wouldn't the UN be the more reasonable group to hear her story?

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    1. 12:20 the US Congress is famous for their own members affairs with under age pages, girls and boys, no problem...
      Speakers of the house Dennis Hastert is still battling for his good name because he was caught paying off one of his victims he abused as a high school coach, and there is a Hastert Boulevard in Illinois waiting for a name change to Hastert's Boulevard of Broken Dreams..
      --the speaker before him, has his history too, and presidents, worse than clinton and his accusers for many sex escapades while professing clean refreshing piousness and unflinching religiousitry, and the expeditious providing of dancing boys to Arab sheiks in afghanistan for their support...
      --they are all like english politicians and US military in SE asia...

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    2. The Secret Service is probably taking notes on where to visit when they go to Mexico.

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    3. Yeah the U.S Secret Service will be happy to know where to go get really young girls.

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    4. maybe she exaggerated but this is rel and significant it happends its real and you who can dismiss this with such calm and tranquil demeanor only tells me you may be one sexual predator waiting in the shadows waiting for an attack

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    5. ive been in prison and let me tell you folks that all these coward femenin haters who talk with total disregard for another human being usually are the weak ones inside a prison system they are the pray of the predators. the ones who are bending over and taking up the sexual favors or pay protection to survive..everybody keep calm these people are the weak ones .I commend those young women for standing up and asking for help and we as a human race must listen and help those who are abused by these pigs who i agree need to be castrated
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  2. Yeah right and we should believe everything it is said in the news.

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    1. I'm sure the news are exaggerating as much as she did.

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  3. Sorry Karlita U.S. Congress does not really care of how you were abused . We got other issues going on . She and other weak minded Mexicans like her need to overthrow Peña Putito . Everybody knows the world is full of evil . Mexico is full of women who gladly regalan las nalgas for a few pesos and lazy no moral humans that commit gruesome acts also for a few pesos. cry me a river wawawa

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    1. That could be fact or the other fact is that yur a ignortant miserable nobody .. How was this even approved

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    2. @12:43 & 1:14 . I am glad to see we have some readers from Tenancingo.

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    3. Hey good comeback DD.Must be hearing from the pimps!

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    4. Both you guys are fucking idiots .

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    5. 6:10 tapate los ojos , reality is this has been going on in Mex fo a long ass time . Tijuana , border towns , and many others . Karlita had a choice before she got into that fast nice looking car with a older stranger . that is where her weak mind betrayed her. facts of life live with it or revolt.

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    6. @1:14 If Congress didn't care she wouldn't have been allowed to testify before them. So what you just said is bullshit. At the very least make your lies more believable you dumb bitch.

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    7. @10:36 Quit justifying it. She was 12 years old.No one at that age has good judgement or has enough life experience to gage that situation and bad home life,she was rebelling,thats the age it starts so opportunistic men like him have it down to a fine art.In smaller towns people are friendlier,more approachable and naïve to the big city crime.I would like to see you handle even 1 night of what she went through.You would soon change your attitude.

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    8. I would like to get my hands on one of you little cowardly pimp motherfuckers .I hate a goddamned pimp ! A pimp don't deserve to breath . I hope god rains fire down on Tenancingo .Sorry piece of shit pimps . There needs to be special prisons with treatments according to their acts. I think I will go beat the shit out of a pimp this week .



































































































































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    9. D.D and Canadiana why don't you go do something productive instead of posting ridiculous comments.

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  4. Guadalajara state where she first ended up prostituting is a state where countless American business men travel every year for "business purposes" not to mention the countless others that travel to vacation to its many beautiful beaches in cities like Puerto Vallarta! Much like the underage prostitution industry that thrives in Thailand and the Philippines where Americans also have been know to travel to engage in I bet anything that this is being done in Guadalajara also by Americans! Wealthy prominent "white collar" businessmen as well college kids are known to frequent the state! But of course Americans that travel abroad to participate in these kinds of activities will only be exposed if Americans themselves take value in a different culture's childs life. The way racism is against South American immigrants in this country though goes to show that this is far from even being considered for the moment!

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    1. 1:20
      What ever part of the world that has prostitution is Americas fault. Sorry to tell you there are multiple people at fault starting with the pimp and parents that do not teach young girls self respect and self worth. The problem is from A-Z including the first and last person of the day that thinks a 12 year old girl is hot. Remember that if you get caught having sex with a 12 year old you will be having in prison as well.

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    2. The reason Americans are given so much shit about the problems that affect many other countries is because Americans with their money and power think that they can do no wrong. But if they look at things more closely they'll realize that everywhere their is corruption there is more than a handful of Americans involved whether it be as consumers or downright active participants. The wealthy are the ones that can afford to travel to distant lands where they will not be seen comiting their crimes. Everywhere their is corruption from drugs, prostituting minors, the ivory trade, even weapons there are Americans present. This taking jabs at Americans is meant more towards the admirers of the wealthy who think that the wealthy can do no wrong. America should get off it's high horse.

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    3. Reading the comments on this horrendous story I see way to many people chiming in with totally uninformed baseless slander like: "exaggeration in my opinion"- 7:57 and worst of all 1:14's ugly insinuation that Mexico is full of whores and his pathetic mocking of this girls abuse with "cry me a river, wawawa". This is part of the problem, there seems to be a terrible side to some men that makes them immediately doubt, put down and blame victims like this. Even if she was exaggerating, we know this is happening to many people, so why doubt her story when you know nothing about this woman. Also, calling the man who enslaved her a "pimp" is insulting bullshit. She is not a "prostitute" she is was kidnapped and raped repeatedly for years. The insensitivity and downright cruel and hateful comments directed at this woman on this page point to the underlying mentality that allows this kind of thing to keep happening.

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    4. 1:00 bravo on your reply!

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  5. Imagine being the one how puts an end to all that wrong a spot in history or maybe a saint after one

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  6. Thank you sooooo much for posting this !!
    Heartbreaking, but a good example of why " just legalize it " , marijuana , i.e. Will NOT solve the organized crime.

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    1. ok so your solution is to ruin a persons life because he likes marijuana? im so glaad your kind wil be extinct in a few decades.

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    2. You present the false dichotomy of either legalizing marijuana or solving 'the organized crime'. This argument is both erroneous and dangerous to those stupid enough to believe it. It's similar to me saying 'your post is a good example of why "using quote marks and some punctuation" e.g. WILL NOT solve the poor grammar'.

      Were all drugs legal, in theory law enforcement would have more resources available to fight problems like forced prostitution. Sadly, law enforcement makes so much money off of the illegal drug trade that there's no way of knowing what law enforcement would do if drugs were legal. We might get a new worldwide cartel of former police officers who were making money from the drugs trade who now need to find some other way to make money to pay for their vices - former police officers could very well start ramping up their prostitution operations.

      But let's assume for just a minute that we aren't trying to solve all of the world's problems, but are prioritizing the problems we face and addressing them in a timely manner and in an appropriate order. Drug abuse is a public health issue and it should be treated as such. Drug trafficking is a financial issue and should be treated as such. Fighting either of these issues as criminal problems does a disservice to all taxpayers and everyone impacted by drugs in any way.

      Fighting the problems of drug abuse and drug trafficking as criminal matters achieves one thing - it funnels a tremendous amount of money into law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Most people agree that this is morally reprehensible and practically criminal in nature, but other people (mainly people who make money from the criminal justice system) think is freaking sweet. Unless you're in the criminal justice industry, making drugs legal will make your life better - and for many in the criminal justice industry, making drugs legal will make their lives better too!

      I agree with 4:07, it's a good thing for the world that your kind will be extinct in a few decades. You lack critical thinking skills and real world experience, yet you are more than willing to tell other people what to do and think regardless of their own mental capacity or life experiences. Go take a long walk off a short pier.

      -feaw

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    3. @4:07 Quit thinking about only yourself.

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    4. 12:30 i find it extremely ignorant to compare Marijuana legalization to human traffic like if they're related.

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    5. 10;52 let me connect the dots for you . Criminals that traffic illegal drugs do it because they make money . Being illegal makes it profitable . Legalize it and then whats in it for the criminal ? Think he will suddenly reform ? He will slip over into kidnapping or all that other lowlife shit these drug traffickers do . I think Mexico has been taking a pretty good approach by executing these sorry bastards .

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    6. 10:52:Thank you.You had more patience than me to explain to 10:52 who didn't get it.

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  7. Im sorry 2:52 pm, but what point are you trying to make? Marijuana and human trafficking are already illegal. In fact, the US already has some of the most stringent trafficking laws in the world. This woman testified to Congress in order to justify having even tougher laws, which always seems to be the response, ever feeding the US prison/law enforcement industry complex, which has many lobbyists in Washington, and which both so-called liberals and conservatives are in bed with. Maybe a different approach is warranted instead, like decriminalization.
    No one of course, should be done to do anything against their will, but the facts of each case are often more complex than these "moral panic" new stories.
    As for this woman, perhaps these terrible things happened to her, but respectfully I still dont think more criminalization is the answer. Everything that happened to her is already illegal, and vigorously prosecuted in the US. In addition, we have no way of verifying her story. However, some of these human trafficking stories have been shown to be exaggerated or made up by people who receive substantial benefits from various groups in the US, including the prison/law enforcement industry, for their "stories." For a different perspective, check out, for example, the work of Dr. Laura Agustin, or the honest courtesan website by Maggie McNeil.

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    1. Very well articulated and argued Mr. 5:37. Good to see someone share a sensible comment. Thank you for your time and effort.

      -feaw

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    2. 5:37 Reminds me of the "Before Eight or it's Too Late" lobby and their well polished arguments, perhaps maybe we need less restrictions on the poor guys, a few at least...

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    3. I wonder what The Honest Courtesan has to say about a Mr Charlie Sheen having become HIV positive, but in remission now, he says...
      --and what the hell does a pampered boy of show biz finds in his bottomless drug addiction that led to his getting infected?

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  8. exaggeration in my opinion....sounds like a hillary clinton

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  9. I saw this when it first came out a few days ago. I call B.S.

    Yes, Mexico and the INM cartel rape and kill untold thousands of Mexicans and immigrants. But 32,000 rapes of one woman? You do no justice to the cause with this absurd figure.

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    1. I can't confirm the accuracy of that huge number of rapes, but it is possible considering how long she was 'working' as a prostitute.

      Many prostitutes in developing nations basically do nothing other than work and sleep, so let's assume they work 16 hours a day every day. Let's further assume that the average customer needs 15 minutes and the prostitute needs 5 minutes between customers. Given these numbers, a prostitute could handle 3 customers an hour, 48 a day, 17520 a year. Sure maybe she takes a few days off, or works only 12 hours a day, or has some slow days where she has less than 3 customers per hour, but you get the point. A prostitute working at full capacity could have sex over 30000 times in a few years.

      -feaw

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  10. Fuck tenancingo this been happening for years its not a yesterday problem

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  11. That's her story ..there's always two sides to a story..

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    1. I think you ALREADY took the other side without even hearing it.

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  12. Maybe we should just legalize stupidity. Oh, we already have.

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    1. And you and you and you...but it is OK as long as my turn never comes...

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  13. @ 2:52 pm

    What do you mean a good example of just legalize it? Prostitution?

    Or you mean it's a bad example of "just legalize it"? I can't connect of what do you mean of "legalization" having to do with the horror that this woman went thru.

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  14. I wonder how much money she made or kept for herself.

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    1. She said none if you read the story.Greedy pimp took it all typical.

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  15. I believe her. What she says and what the officers did to her. Not all officers are corrupt but many. Please tell us what happened to her baby. Is the child OK and with her? Why do the people here that post negative comments not use their real BB user name and just comment as anonymous? Afraid?

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    1. Same as you using KG afraid?

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  16. @ 2:52 Exactly. They just want to 'legalize it' because they're a bunch of degenerates who don't think about the greater good or the consequences of turning a nation of laws into something just like all the other screwed up places in the world.

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  17. This absurd, preposterous reporting only hurts the efforts to stop this. "Up to" "for the better part" ....30 x 365 x 4. This is guesswork, based on estimates.

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  18. I've been in brothels all along the border. Starting at 10:00 a.m.is laughable. No girl has sex with more than "several" clients in one night. 30? For four years? Highly doubt it. Call Guinness, don't post here.

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    1. 12:51 these are not women of the night, these girls get peddled all day long, on very public places, with lots of customers, and cheap hotels, even cheap customers, you just do not get it, there is no entertaining, dancing, drinking or socializing at all, and the day is longer than the night...

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  19. God bless Karla and all victims enslaved by the sex trafficking industry.

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  20. I believe she has endured horrific abuse!.. GOD bless her!.. But 30men a day!.. I dnt believe!.. She would have no insides, walls, or nothing!.. She couldn't walk!.. Let alone do an interview!.. Literally she would have fucked 2 death!.. Ask the women frm round the world!.. Cn u fuck 30men in a day?!. Then follow tht question with not only 30men in a day, but 30men everyday for 4yrs!.. See how every woman u ask this question look at you!..

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  21. Many people think legalizing MARIJUANA will solve Cartel /organized crime violence. This is a by good example of how far the tentacles reach. Prostitution, sex slavery , human trafficking , selling babies, organs, casinos, all kinds of businesses , dairies, wineries, " All inclusive resorts " .......you name it.......the Cartels are all about dinero and will find any means to keep it flowing including this heartbreaking story. So her math might be a little off.......where is the empathy?
    You people that say Mexicans in general and women in particular are LAZY and promiscuous and think they can just go out and overthrow the govt don't know shit , not to mention ANY of the many Mexican friends I have. They are all horrified, terrified , depressed and bravely wake up every day to face this first hand. There whole lives are implicated by corruption at all levels.

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    1. Narco routes and narco tunnels are used to traffic human beings and weapons, not only drugs. LEGALIZE. Render the routes and tunnels obsolete.

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  22. I would like to weigh in here.
    First of all I would like to say I think there was an exaggeration as to the amount of times she was forced to sell sex.

    That said, I have worked for 12 years with children forced or tricked into the sex industry in Mexico. Although my involvement has been for the most part after they have been "saved" for one reason or another. Usually, if recovered they are made wards of DIF and placed into "Hogars" which is like a group foster home. Until they age out.

    The details of the story and how children and adult women are taken into the industry is factual. Many recruiters use social media to woo and meet prospects. Usually they concoct a fantasy of wanting to help the child, or profess a love to women transporting them to where they are and entrapping them.

    I can say only 1 of 10 children are ever made "whole" where they can function normally again.

    A few weeks ago I assisted in a case where a young beautiful mother was wooed on line and she and her small toddler were flown to the perp. She was promised a great life and marriage, what she stepped into was a nightmare. Forced sex and her little boy in danger. A reporter at BB and I worked together to get them out of danger. I was concerned for the child. We felt he would be sold or forced into child porn.

    Long story, but we managed to free them and they are now safe.

    But do not discount this story because of your personal history. It happens in Mexico and the U.S. the difference is in Mexico those who are supposed to protect citizens are in with the bad guys. imagine now where to turn.

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    1. I can't even imagine...

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    2. I think the story was a bit exaggerated I would believe about 7 to 10 guys at most everyday for 4 yrs in Nevada certain countries hookers are able to conduct business legally and organized in the form of brothels escort services some like what they do some have pimps and don't like what they do if their adults and get tested on regular intervals that should be legal adults but anything involving minors never should be tolerated zero tolerance policy

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    3. Hi, Chivis, this is a link that may contain some useful resources for your work with these wronged children. (It is so good that you and BB were able to help this woman and her child. Blessings).
      www.vachss.com

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    4. Thanks Chivis.I was waiting for you to comment and enlighten some people as I knew you had some experience with this 1st hand in your work.

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    5. I wonder sometimes if you are for real or just full of shit. It is clear to me that some of your stories are pure exaggeration.

      We should call you wonder woman instead.

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    6. Anyone can help and work with the poor and marginalized people of any country. When I see a doubter, I realize helping others for the sake of helping is foreign to their thinking. You should try it it is an amazing experience.

      It does not matter that you believe me and it is not about me, I was simply giving information about this subject based on my experience. Take it or leave it WIllito.

      In this case a reporter brought the case to me and I was able to assist. In other projects, other reporters have helped or brought the case to me. Like the Mier refugee shelter in Tamps, Ovemex helped with contacting city government for my foundation and some of the logistics.

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    7. Bravo Chivas! Grazie to all at BB for posting such an important post.Peace to all innocents,including her.

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  23. Thank you Chivis !
    It also happens in many parts of the world and there is a huge distinction between a border town brothel and sex slavery. Remember the saying " Truth is stranger than fiction " . Thank you also for being brave and involved .

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  24. I personally think it's all completely foolish for governments to imprison men and women for drug trafficking,but they don't give a damn about the mothers,daughters,nieces and female cousins who are used as sex slaves by a bunch of scumbag human traffickers. We need to start fighting the dirty business of human trafficking,before women become sex slaves.

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  25. Men that pay for sex with children no matter where they are from are just dickless cowards who cant handle real women so they pay for children! A bullets too good for them assholes who do this!!!

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  26. I think with this happening so much, she probably doesn't really know how many times. I would think she'd become numb at some point to this cruel behavior. It is sad this has happened, but many are right, the US congress could care less about the people until campaign time arises. Chivis you are right, I did watch a documentary on how this takes place in Mexico. What is the legal age for consenting to sex for a child in Mexico. It may be wrong but a friend said 12. If that is the case, that needs to change first off. This explains the high volume of men from Mexico chasing young children here in the states. I will say there isn't much the US can do but abandon Mexico. This is just another unjust action going on with the many others that the government there turns its back on. The US has made attempts to have captured capos sent to the US and look what happens. What does anyone expect the US to do? You have Mexico crying over drugs and and all kinds of other crimes. Europe and the Middle East crying over ISIS, yet all of this is the responsibility of the US. I suggest the cartels go fight ISIS since they love the thought of killing.You cannot help a country if its government is totally corrupt. The only solution is to do Mexico like they did Cuba. Ban everything in and out for starters. At one time that country was a total mess. Not as bad today now that everyone is basically equally poor, including their government and criminals.

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    1. You are sort of correct, 12 is the age of consent (limited) in a third of Mx states, including mine. But the full age of consent is 18 in most of those states.

      that means at 12 to 18 a child can have CONSENSUAL sex with a partner that is young. as in a BF GF situation. but at 18 they are free to engage with any age.

      other states it is 14-18 but that has nothing to do with this story, this is forceable sex not consensual.

      In Asia it is even worse because it is out in the open. In Thailand there are "Boy town" or girl town etc with kids as young as 4-5 outside hawking sex. Recruits go as far to see a peasant woman that is pregnant and give money for a down payment for the child. sometimes they are rescued and returned, and resold.

      Most of the perv customers are foreign incl many from the US.

      Jared Fogel comes to mind. he said on tape that he often goes to foreign countries where it is "more acceptable"

      BTW what a pig he is. I don't know if anyone has heard the tapes but they are nauseating.

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    2. Jared fogle I swear I hope he gets ass raped once every day by a gay rapist inmate who has HIV

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    3. Prince Andrew's friend JEFFREY EPSTEIN...
      --THE MAFIA kicked out of Cuba by the Castros had oh sooo many casino/hotel resorts made profitable by their pederasta customers under fulgencio batista, including Havana Hilton, then they migrated to US Banana Republic of Florida, and to Cancun to do it all over again, including their very own drug trafficking...and pederasta tourism...for rich american and European customers...
      --of course most Latinos do not have the kind of "pasta" it takes to live like that, and have to keep their burras pardas around like hillbillies keep their mules...

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  27. You would have to be a really sick fuck to even want to look at a twelve year old naked, and if you want to have sex with a kid that young you should have your fucking balls cut off.

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  28. Is this issue striking some nerves or what ? why all the hating ? Chivis is right , helping for the sake of helping must be a rare form of thinking these days. You don't need to look at Mexico either , but that is what this Forum is about. All you have to do is look around the corner or next door where ever you are.

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  29. This is bad. Mexico should be ashamed of this. These are innocent girls. They do not deserve to be treated like this. I wish we could hang the sick bastards up by razor wire and fire pellets at the ass hole. I bet they'd wish they never touched a 12 year old then.

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    1. 4:50 All of Mexico does not know about little things like this, the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia is too busy covering up their own nalgas...
      --their biiig fat asses are so full of shit it could go from here to the moon and back...
      --DIF money (budget) barely covers a few 'mink coats and chauffeur' for the first ladies in charge, to keep'em busy and away from their "husbands affairs" with underaged boys and girls...like Mario Marin, Emilio Gamboa Patron and their A-rab compadres owners of million dollar investment and hotels/resorts...come think of it, CARLOS SLIM HELU HIMSELF OWNS A FEW TOO...they are such "attractive inversions"...

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  30. Regardless of the numbers . Could you justify a pimp turning your daughter out like this .We all realize there are a lot of degenerates that don't care . There are evil people in this world . If your average citizen knew he or she would strongly oppose it and many would kill to stop it . Given the opportunity I would kill a person like this to stop him.

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  31. I think the reason people are annoyed at this girl is because of the current trend for many females to work victim culture so much. With the Anita Sarkeesians of the work making millions from victim culture it has literally become popular to portray ones self as a victim then go looking for all the attention you can get. Her figure of how many times she got raped is absurd and only points to her being desperate for attention. Sadly... people who are actually raped will no longer be taken seriously and no one will want to her their stories because of woman like this.

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    1. I totally agree with you. 30 times a day in not feasible. To me is ridiculous.

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    2. @6:54 @4:24 @255. Why don't you try it? Maybe it would even be fun for you, a reasonable adult, all you have to do is open your heart, and use your moneymaker all day long, AND you have the option to be selective AND keep all your money...

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