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Letter to the Editor: The Victims of Human Trafficking

The New York Times

February 6, 2014

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman writes a letter to the editor in response to the New York Times Op-Ed, "The Super Bowl and Sex Trafficking," emphasizing his office's focus on targeting pimps and traffickers and his work with organizations like Sanctuary to protect the victims of sex trafficking.

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45 arrested, 16 juveniles rescued in Super Bowl prostitution bust

Reuters

February 4, 2014

Reuters covers a prostitution bust by the FBI leading up to the Super Bowl that resulted in 45 arrests and the rescue of 16 juvenile victims of trafficking. Reuters includes comments by Sanctuary's Anti-Trafficking Initiative Director Lori Cohen, who explains that during major sporting events trafficked women may be forced to see up to 50 johns in one day--more than twice the normal number. 

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Forty-Five Arrested in Super Bowl Prostitution Bust

RTT News

February 4, 2014

RTT News covers the FBI's bust of a prostitution ring and the rescue of child victims leading up to the Super Bowl, quoting Sanctuary's Anti-Trafficking Initiative Director Lori Cohen.

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Federal sting leads to rescue of 25 child prostitutes, arrest of 27 suspects in N.J.

The Star-Ledger

February 4, 2014

The Star-Ledger covers a federal sting operation targeting sex trafficking at Super Bowl XLVIII which resulted in the rescue of 25 child victims and the arrest of over 40 suspected pimps. Sanctuary Executive Director Judy Harris Kluger is quoted on her hopes that police will continue to fight sex trafficking beyond the Super Bowl.

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The Super Bowl Could Never Not Be Breeding Grounds For Sexual Exploitation

The Huffington Post

February 2, 2014

Judy Harris Kluger, Sanctuary for Families' Executive Director, writes in the Huffington Post in response to the claims that the link between the Super Bowl and sex trafficking is exaggerated or unfounded.

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