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Study Finds Nearly Half of Child and Adult Sex Trafficking Victims Were Abused by Police

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A shocking new report from the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women paints a disturbing picture of law enforcement and their role in sex trafficking. The report found that instead of preventing child and adult sex trafficking, many police officers are participating in it.

The report is titled “Sex Trafficking in Hawaii: The Stories of Survivors,” which detailed the testimonials from multiple victims. One particularly disturbing part of the report was the fact that almost half of all the victims interviewed reported that police officers participated in their abuse and victimization.  

“The corruption of members of the criminal justice system reported by the participants in the study was pervasive in their stories of being prostituted,” the report noted.

The report found that the average age of those being trafficked is just 14-years-old, showing how early the abuse began.

One of the victims interviewed, who wished to remain anonymous for obvious reasons explained that “the same people that are charging you for prostitution are the people turning around and buying it from you.”

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Regarding forced vaccinations, examinations, quarantine and isolation in Ohio –

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ppjg-48By: Al Whitney
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  • Carry this card with you at all times to guarantee your Constitutional rights.

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    Department of health – powers 

    Ohio Revised Code ORC 3701.13

    The department of health shall have supervision of all matters relating to the preservation of the life and health of the people and have ultimate authority in matters of quarantine and isolation, which it may declare and enforce, when neither exists and modify, relax, or abolish, when either has been established.

    The Ohio legislature cannot pass laws that are contrary to the Ohio Constitution.

    They cannot pass vague laws or grant any agency the authority to supervise ALL matters involving the life and the health of the people! Who in the department of health has the right to supervise all matters relating to the preservation of life and health of the people? No bureaucratic agency can be legislatively “granted” ultimate authority to deprive Ohioans of the rights guaranteed them by the Ohio Constitution in the Bills of Rights, including Habeas Corpus!

     VOID FOR VAGUENESS DOCTRINE

    ” . . . laws must be understood not only by those persons who are required to obey them but by those persons who are charged with the duty of enforcing them.

    General duties of director of health

    Ohio Revised Code 3701.03

    “chief executive officer of the department of health”.

    (B) Nothing in this section authorizes any action that prevents the fulfillment of duties or impairs the exercise of authority established by law (the Constitution of Ohio, Bill of Rights) for any other person (me) or entity.

     Officer:

    Are you aware that if you are outside the law, there is no immunity and that you will be personally liable for any harm or loss of rights your actions may cause?

     If a rogue state bureaucracy, aka the Dept of Health & the public health system, is willing to ask you to enforce actions that are unlawful regarding me, what is to stop them from asking another officer to do the same to you or your family?

    US-Iraq “Security” Agreement Includes `Some Secret Provisions`

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    By Press TV

    October 26, 2008 “Press TV” — The controversial US-Iraq security agreement includes ‘some secret provisions’, which would flagrantly violate Iraq’s sovereignty.

    Secret provisions have been incorporated in the so-called Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), which would violate Iraq’s sovereignty in a more direct manner than the provisions disclosed by the Iraqi media, the Saudi daily Okaz reported on Sunday, citing “informed political sources”.

    According to the report, although “the secret provisions” would have more adverse consequences for Iraq in terms of the country’s sovereignty and independence, a majority of Iraqi lawmakers have been kept entirely unaware of them.

    Based on those provisions, the US would be granted the permission to build military bases, camps and prisons inside Iraq. The scope of the immunity from legal prosecution for the US forces–the most controversial provision of SOFA– would also be extended to include all US security, military and civilian firms as well as the US army’s contractors.

    Under the terms of SOFA, Iraqi officials would be prohibited from meddling in operations carried out by US forces or limiting their authority. The US would also be allowed to attack any country, which “represents a security threat to Iraq” from the country’s soil.

    After signing the deal, Baghdad would be obliged to ask for Washington’s approval before concluding any regional or international agreements with third countries.

    According to the Okaz report, SOFA would bring the Iraqi key ministries of defense and interior under US control for 10 years to facilitate “the training of the Iraqi forces.”

    The Saudi newspaper also claimed that under the secret provisions, no timetable would be set for the withdrawal of US troops form Iraq and any pull-out would depend on several conditions.

    The conditions for any US withdrawal include the readiness of Iraqi forces, the success in fighting terrorism, the removal of “the neighboring countries’ security threats”, national reconciliation and a consensus among all Iraqi political groups on the issue. Washington would be entitled to stay in Iraq, if even one of those conditions were not fulfilled.

    Based on those SOFA provisions which have made public, the US forces must leave the war-torn country by early 2011 without any preconditions.

    The report also ruled out the possibility that the US and Iraq would reach an agreement before the term of US President George W. Bush in office ends.

    The failure to sign the deal, according to the daily, should be considered as a setback for the Bush administration which is seeking to play the card of SOFA to strengthen the position of the Republican Party before the upcoming US presidential elections.

     

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article21097.htm

     

     

     

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