“US State Department is required by law now to assess the slavery market.
They estimate that 800,000 slaves are sold across international borders every year and 80% of slaves sold are young girls who are being sold into the sex slavery. About 100,000 of them are occurring in United States…not sold across international borders.
Atlanta is a key of the human trafficking or slavery trade, I think, because we have the largest airport on earth there, people come there from all over, and they are in the southern part of the hemisphere where girls can be bought cheaper than other parts.
In Latin America, Africa, and some parts of Asia they can buy a girl for a $1000. In Europe and so forth, it cost up to $8000…per girl.
A pimp or a brothel owner can make up to $20,000 a year, per girl.
One of the worst places in our country for sexual abuse is on college/university campuses; a place where girls are regularly abused. Quite often the rapist, or serial rapist, knows to go to a college campus; where they won’t be revealed, they won’t be charged, and they won’t be prosecuted because college presidents and deans don’t want their universities to get a reputation as a center for sexual abuse.
The same thing applies in the US military where there were 26,000 cases of sexual abuse and only about 300 that were actually brought to justice; which is about 1%.
In fact, Only 4% of women on college campuses report a rape, and that’s about 1/6 as much as in civilian life.”
~ President Jimmy Carter