Analysis Of The Article ' Human Trafficking ' Essay

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Human Trafficking
Abducted from her driveway Debbie, "a fifteen-year-old girl, is a middle child in a close-knit Air Force family from suburban Phoenix, and a straight-A student” (abc.com, 2006). “Debbie is the last person most of us would expect to be forced into the sex trafficking” (abc.com, 2006). She got a call from one of her friends saying she was outside her house, so Debbie went outside to meet her friend and greeted her with a hug as everything was okay, but instead, she was shoved into the car with the men (abc.com, 2006). One of their abductors threatens Bianca to tie Debbie up binding her hands together and covering her eyes, mouth, and threaten to kill her if she screams (abc.com, 2006). “Debbie said her abductors drove her around the roads of Phoenix for hours (abc.com, 2006). Exhausted, confused, and scared, she was taken to an apartment 25 miles from her home (abc.com, 2006). She said one of her captors put a gun to her head threaten to shoot her” (abc.com, 2006). That night she was drugged, gang raped, and keep in a kennel for days (abc.com, 2006). Her traffickers exploited her through ads on Craigslist and forced to have sex with over 50 different men a night (abc.com, 2006). She was held captive for over 40 days before being found by the local authorities in a wooden drawer under the bed (abc.com, 2006).
In the United States, slavery was abolished in 1865 allowing all the slaves to be free (Bernadin,n.d). A decade has passed by, and our country is…

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