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The WORST Part of the Epstein Case—James Corbett

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This is a “must watch” report by James Corbett who absolutely nails the contrived language used to divert the conversation regarding the Epstein sex trafficking scandal, from the scandal itself.  The chronic use of the term “conspiracy theorists” to describe anyone who is following this scandal and/or has been reporting on it is a propaganda tactic used to deflect from the actual issues and to marginalize anyone who looked at the facts and concluded that something was radically wrong with the public picture being painted.

The WORST Part of the Epstein Case – #PropagandaWatch

Published on Jul 16, 2019

 

SHOW NOTES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=32026 According to the dinosaur media, the worst part about the exposure of Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking and high-level blackmail operation is that it bolsters conspiracy theories about child sex trafficking and elite corruption. Newsflash: they’re trying to gaslight you. Don’t fall for it for a second.

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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