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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Pair accused of human trafficking arrested in Anaheim hotel photo. photo.
A man arrested in Anaheim for trafficking a 15-year-old girl and two 19-year-old women was scheduled to make his first court appearance Tuesday, according to Orange County Jail records.
Thirty-five-year-old Ariel Guizar and female suspect Araceli Mendoza were arrested at an Anaheim hotel Thursday evening and booked into the Orange County Jail for suspicion of human trafficking of a minor and weapons violations, Anaheim Police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said.
The arrests capped an investigation begun by the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force Wednesday, when family members expressed concern that the 15-year-old was being trafficked in Anaheim, Wyatt said.
The Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force located the girl in Bellflower Thursday afternoon.
“During the police interview, she relayed horrific details about being the victim of human trafficking,” he said. “She identified at least two other young female victims, all three of whom were trafficked throughout Southern California by their captor. The trafficker used threats of violence and a handgun to keep the victims working for him.”
Officers located the suspect’s vehicle late Thursday evening parked at a hotel in Anaheim, Wyatt said. Authorities conducted surveillance and an operation to arrest Guizar and Mendoza.
Guizar is in the Men’s Central Jail, where online records indicate he has no bail pending Tuesday’s appearance. Mendoza reportedly was being held in lieu of $250,000 bail.
Salvation Army Victim Advocates were providing services to the victims and making arrangements for them to return to their home cities, Wyatt said.
The Orange County Regional Human Trafficking Task Force is a collaborative effort between the Anaheim, Irvine and Santa Ana police departments, the California Highway Patrol, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, he said.
—City News Service
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We operate in a global village where human trafficking is the third largest and fastest growing crime.
No longer are sound laws for individual countries enough; it is a world-wide problem requiring international solutions and will increasingly need to involve the private sector and academia.
The key to the successful implementation of a transnational and coordinated anti-human trafficking effort, will be easy and effective collaboration between law enforcement and other agencies in multiple countries; which all have distinct human trafficking environments and challenges including methods of recording and investigating these crimes.
To help provide a holistic view of the criminal networks responsible, agencies must have access to the information they need to be effective. Authorities must bear in mind however, that the gathering and sharing of this information must be balanced with protecting people’s privacy and civil rights – particularly those of vulnerable victims.
However, with the ideal of increased collaboration also comes the practical challenge of how to surface actionable intelligence within vast amounts of data from transnational investigations.

Complex Trafficking Rings

In the case of human trafficking in Europe, investigators could be dealing with cases involving smugglers in the origin countries in Africa, plus the gangs handling the Mediterranean crossings from Libya to Italy and then Turkey to Greece; not forgetting those trafficking through land routes across northern Europe.
There might also be a range of different actors performing a variety of roles in the smuggling process - from the small-scale smugglers, arranging ad hoc services - to larger smuggling networks, dividing the work among those involved. These individuals can have different functions: coordinator or organiser, recruiter, transporter or guide, spotter, driver, messenger, enforcer, service provider or supplier (including corrupt officials, taxi drivers or financiers for example).
The internet has also changed the scope of traditional abuse and, therefore, investigations. With technology, exploiters can reach a far broader audience much more easily. They are able to target victims wherever they are, via social media or email for example, increasing their mobility and anonymity.
The potential evidence that investigating teams must therefore wade through in each country to find meaning and direction for a solid investigation can come from online conversations, physical locations, different actors and their varying actions.

Tracking The Kingpins
When investigating human trafficking cases, law enforcement agencies are faced with a sea of data and can find just making sense of this information a challenge, let alone surfacing valuable clues.
Analysing the data could also take a team of investigators weeks, months or even years to work through to detect relationships and links between seemingly unrelated people, events and victims.
Technology is playing an increasingly influential role in investigating and solving crime.
Advanced crime analytics gives agencies the ability to identify trends, patterns and anomalies that would have otherwise gone undetected, allowing officers to interpret the data, make informed decisions and act swiftly.
The software does this by fusing all case evidence, such as emails, phone and text records, social media, internet search history and so on together, then uses smart analytics to look for links. For example, how individuals and organisations are connected to each other or to different victims. It can also integrate information from other sources, including criminal watch lists, bank and financial transactions, travel and other records, to build an even more comprehensive picture. Investigators are then able to dig deeper, revealing events and relationships that might otherwise have gone unnoticed but could save that vital bit of time to close in on a trafficking network.
By utilising the power of advanced technology, together with robust legislation, the adoption of a mind-set of awareness and a commitment to protect the vulnerable, the global community can better identify and prosecute the people responsible for these crimes which shame us all.
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'Facebook child sexual abuse party' smashed by cops who stopped 40 teen girls heading to 'exploitation' event

Some of the girls present were as young as 14 and 15, and police said "the purpose of arranging the party was so that some children could be exploited"

Taking action: Police said that they were worried the teenagers may be exploited
Cops have stopped 40 teenage girls - some as young as 14 - from attending a party that was organised on Facebook 'to sexually exploit them'.
Police officers took the action on February 5 after worried parents and care workers had alerted the authorities.
Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police Jane Sawyers said: "The purpose of arranging the party was so that some children could be exploited."
However Staffordshire Police refused to confirm to Mirror Online if anyone has been arrested.
A spokesman for Staffordshire Police added: "An operation stopped groups who were organising parties through social media to attract young females in North Staffordshire with the intention to carry out child sexual exploitation."

Officers believe there have been similar gatherings in Stoke-on-Trent and that they are becoming an increasing issue for local authorities.
Police say they had been made aware that "some sexual activity" had taken place at the parties after youngsters gave information to teachers, care workers and parents.
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Facebook: The social networking site was used to organise the party
A spokesman added: "The response by police and partners has been to look to identify when and where such parties were taking place with a view to ensuring they are being properly managed and young people attending them are safe.
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"On the occasions where we felt it appropriate to disrupt, or prevent parties from taking place, we have done so."
Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis also reiterated the need for youngsters' activities online to be monitored.
He said: "I'd urge all parents to take simple steps to improve their children's online safety.
"This is crucial to reducing the risk of the sexual exploitation of children."
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A spokesman for Stoke-on-Trent City Council added: "We take our responsibility to tackle child sexual exploitation very seriously, and work in partnership with the police and other responsible agencies.
"We will not tolerate the sexual abuse of children and are committed to supporting vulnerable children, and in this case, a range of support work is underway."
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Friday, February 19, 2016

Dick Cheney Poisoned Hundreds of US Troops in Iraq — They’re Dying — And the Media is Silent

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The legacy of death and misery from the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan continues today, and, once again, Dick Cheney plays a central role. A new book by Joseph Hickman, a former U.S. Marine and Army sergeant, titled “The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America’s Soldiers” details how soldiers and local civilian populations were exposed to constant streams of toxic smoke from the burning of waste.

The infamous Kellog, Brown, and Root (KBR), which was a part of Dick Cheney’s corporate empire under Halliburton, operated about 250 burn pits which contributed to the $40 billion that Halliburton made during the Iraq occupation. “Every type of waste imaginable” was burned, including “tires, lithium batteries, asbestos insulation, pesticide containers, Styrofoam, metals, paints, plastic, medical waste and even human corpses.”

This reprehensible practice proves yet again that nothing is sacred when it comes to the military machine.

Just as the U.S. laid waste to Vietnam’s human health and jungle environment with Agent Orange, it wrecked human health and environmental quality in Iraq. That country will suffer from this toxicity for decades, as evidenced by sharp increases in birth defects and cancer and leukemia rates.
Likewise, U.S. veterans and their families are bearing the brunt of this travesty.
The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America’s Soldiers” begins with the story of a healthy young soldier sent to Iraq who was constantly exposed to smoke from burn pits. When he returned home with respiratory problems, the Veterans Administration (VA) denied him care, and he later developed brain cancer and died.
Those who do survive are having children with birth defects at a rate three times higher than normal, according to the book. The denial of medical coverage by the VA for burn pit-related illnesses is a central strategy in denying that burn pits even posed a health hazard.
Beau Biden, the son of vice president Joe Biden, died of brain cancer after serving in Iraq in the vicinity of burn pits. Even this tragedy, which is similar to many stories of exposure and death, never brought attention to the issue of burn pits.
Salon interviewed author Joseph Hickman, who provided even more shocking details, and how the Department of Defense (DoD) does all it can to keep this knowledge from the public.
“I think the Department of Defense does its best to squash this story and so does Veterans Affairs. They really don’t want this out at all.”
Hickson interviewed one former KBR employee who was very reluctant to even talk about burn pits for fear of repercussions, as he was harassed by KBR when he previously came forward about the issue. By using private contractors for such operations, the DoD facilitates these egregious assaults on human and environmental health because contractors are not held to the standards of the military.
This dependency on contractors feeds their tendency for carelessness. According to Hickson, the upper management said at one point, “If they’re going to investigate us over these burn pits, don’t worry about it. If we pull out, they can’t run this base.
The U.S. government, in its effort to conceal the impact of burn pits, even managed to influence a World Health Organization report that downplayed the effects. It stands in stark contrast to several independent researchers who found large increases in birth defects, leukemia, cancer and other carcinogenic diseased in populations living near burn pits.
“There’s a large group of epidemiologists that absolutely believe that that report was influenced by the U.S. government. Dr. Mozhgan Savabieasfahani, a widely respected environmental toxicologist, has been there and seen the birth defects and how we literally destroyed that country with pollution. There are birth defects there that don’t even have medical names yet.”
The evidence compiled by Hickson and presented in his book makes it downright criminal for the DoD and politicians to continue denying the issue. When veterans suffering from burn-pit illnesses contact their Congressmen, there is silence because they are in bed with the defense industry.
General David Petraeus and other top DoD officials have denied the health effects of burn pits, but veterans have no recourse because they can’t sue the government. There is a lawsuit against KBR, but the DoD will not acknowledge that the burn pits were misused.
While politicians and military brass issue patriotic platitudes about honoring those who serve their country, the reality is that soldiers are just a name and a number, and they’re thrown away when the military machine is done with them. Defense corporations reap billions as veterans and local populations suffer sickness and death.
Please share this article in the hope that exposure can force accountability for the toxic legacy of burn pits.


Saturday, February 6, 2016

Iraqi refugee raped 10yo boy in Austria, says it was ‘sexual emergency’

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Austrian police have confirmed that an Iraqi refugee was arrested over the rape of a 10 year-old boy at a swimming pool in Vienna in December. He told police he did it due to a “sexual emergency,” local media reported citing the interrogation record.
"A complaint was filed over the rape of a 10-year-old boy in the Theresienbad swimming pool. We determined the suspect is a 20-year old man, who lives in Vienna. He was arrested and later sent to the Josephstadt prison," Chief Inspector Roman Hahslinger told the Ruptly video new agency on Saturday.
Hahslinger added: "The suspect is an Iraqi citizen, who lives in Vienna and has refugee status."
The attack took place in a swimming pool cubicle on December 2. The man, whose name has not been disclosed, dragged a boy into the changing room and assaulted him. After the boy told a lifeguard what had happened, the police were immediately called. They managed to apprehend the attacker in the pool, who, to their amazement, instead of fleeing the crime scene, was having fun by jumping from a three-meter board, Die Heute reported.
The boy, who suffered severe internal injuries, was admitted to a children’s hospital.
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The perpetrator, who came to Austria via the Balkans on September 13, confessed to police he had acted because of a “sexual emergency.” When asked if such actions were legal in his home country, he admitted he knew that “such acts were forbidden in any country of the world.”
He also confessed he had made a “huge mistake,” Die Standard reports, citing the interrogation record published by the Austrian Press Agency.
The state prosecutor charged the man, who remains in custody, with rape and grave sexual abuse of a minor, the body’s spokeswoman Nina Bussek confirmed on Friday, the Kronen Zeitung newspaper reported.
"The topic of refugees certainly is occupying all at the moment, but people needn’t be worried; Vienna is a safe city, nothing has changed about that yet," Hahslinger told Ruptly.
Austria has accepted the second highest number of refugees per capita so far in Europe. Only Sweden has taken in more. In January, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann announced a plan to introduce a cap on the number of asylum requests the country would approve in 2016, fixing the number of refugees at 37,500.
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Monday, February 1, 2016

Fake Homeless Man Caught With Big House

Ohio seminary student arrested for allegedly seeking sex with a baby

Joel Wright © State of Vermont
A priest-in-training from a Roman Catholic seminary in Ohio was arrested by federal agents in California on suspicion of intending to travel to Mexico to have sex with a child.
Joel A. Wright, a seminary student at the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio was taken into custody after getting off a plane in San Diego. He was charged with crossing state lines with intention to engage in a sexual act with a minor and traveling internationally for the purpose of engaging in illegal sex conduct with another person, both felonies.
The 23-year-old Wright was heading to Tijuana, Mexico just south of the border, according to emails he exchanged with an undercover agent posing as a travel guide. He said that he wanted to adopt a female child under the age of three to have sex with and to film her, authorities said.
Federal agents say that Wright was carrying more than $2,000 in cash, baby clothes and a bottle in his luggage when he was arrested.
Officials say that Wright left his seminary without permission, and he was expelled due to the allegations against him.
“We certainly do not want to admit anyone into our program with whom there is any inkling that that person might pose a threat to any person, especially to the young and to the vulnerable,” Father John Allen told WBNS.
A native of Burlington, Vermont, Wright was diagnosed with glaucoma when he was an infant. According to a page on Vermont’s state government website, he wanted to become a priest to encourage others to overcome their disabilities.
Wright is in federal custody and was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday.
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The investigation leading up to Wright’s arrest was conducted under the Operation Predator program, described by Immigration and Customs Enforcement as "an international initiative to protect children from sexual predators." More than 12,000 people have been arrested under the program for crimes against children since its inception in 2003.

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