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CIA & NSA Child Trafficking, Pedophilia, Snuff Network - Eric Holder Dropped Charges On Largest Case In History!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 30462411:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzM4NDAxNTY0X0QzNzdFMzNG] [color=darkred][b]FBI Informants Speak Out: Eric Holder's DOJ Is Ignoring Child Sex-Trafficking Victims[/b] [i]I was reactivated as an operational human source for the purpose of aiding the FBI’s efforts to stop human trafficking. In other words, I went back undercover. I am now speaking out without the approval or consent of the FBI due to the gross lack of concern or action from the Justice Department overall to stop known cases of children being trafficked by criminals for the purposes of sex and profits. Another former FBI human source, Dottie Laster, joins me in an effort to hold the DOJ accountable for neglecting the children we know to be sex slaves. Laster, a longtime advocate for the victims of human trafficking, contacted me seeking understanding as to why the Justice Department seemingly had little interest in pursuing investigations where slavery was involved. She initially asked me why I would defend such entities when they were refusing to help the victims she worked with. Two visas were designed so that federal agents and other law enforcement agencies would have a mechanism to allow witnesses to stay in the United States to testify against the perpetrators of human trafficking by designating their presence as being necessary for an investigation. Unfortunately, law enforcement was rarely willing to sign the Law Enforcement Declaration form, which was necessary to document the victim’s cooperation and a vital part of the applications. Again, [b]this hesitancy seemed due to law enforcement agency fears of lacking the needed resources to house and feed the victims.[/b] Uncovering the Horrors We decided to reach out to the now-deceased Andrew Breitbart. But the majority of the cases we worked on with Special Agent X never turned into investigations for the FBI—even the ones involving children that the FBI was mandated to act on. Special Agent X was shipped to a different part of the United States and was forbidden to work on human trafficking issues any further...[/i][/color] http://townhall.com/tipsheet/elisabethmeinecke/2012/07/30/fbi_informants_speak_out_eric_holders_doj_is_ignoring_child_sextrafficking_victims [/quote]
Years, Millions Later U.S. Drops “Largest Human Trafficking Case in U.S. History”
After spending millions of dollars to prosecute what it touted as the largest human trafficking case in U.S. history, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has suspiciously dismissed it claiming that it lacked evidence to prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
This despite the fact that three defendants in the case against a Los Angeles-based labor recruiting company (Global Horizons) pleaded guilty. You can’t make this stuff up. The DOJ went from one extreme to another, after dedicating two years and blowing millions of taxpayer dollars, and what do Americans get? A vague government statement that obviously conceals details of the scandal.
link to www.judicialwatch.org
CIA's child trafficking (part 1)
link to www.youtube.com
This video explains what happens with some of the children.
Arizona Wilder - Deceived No More
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