|2011- 2014 OPERATION CROSS COUNTRY - THE LIES THE STATS THE QUESTIONS|
|Written by Norma Jean Almodovar|
|Friday, 25 July 2014 15:05|
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FYI: Everything on our site is fully documented with links to the original source. While we are quite aware that the folks at the FBI Bureau of Justice Statistics don't seem to be able to coordinate their statistics- and the numbers in their tables often conflict with other tables for the exact same 'crime' or data sets- there is no other valid source for this information. If their data isn't good enough to show the statistics of numbers of arrests, crimes and ages of arrestees, then what would be? Yes, there can be political reasons for arresting or not arresting individuals, as well as charging arrested persons with less serious criminal charges (i.e. reducing a solicitation charge to a disorderly conduct charge), but there are currently no other sources for this information. If it doesn't come from a government source, the statistics involving persons of any age or gender alleged to be in prostitution presented by a group or individual can only be 'guesstimates' based on speculation and flights of fantasy, not on 'facts.' So an academic, statistician or mathematician cannot present statistics that are any more 'reliable' or 'valid' than the ones we present on our site. You are free to check ALL our numbers using the links to the government websites- in fact, we highly encourage you to do so.
Every year, the FBI and various law enforcement agencies throughout the United States engage in a charade called "Operation Cross Country." The purported purpose of this charade is to 'rescue/ recover' the hundreds of millions of alleged children who are trafficked into prostitution. Despite the fact that through the years since its inception (2003) it has wasted untold millions searching for those poor children, those "children" simply cannot be found.
Even though we are told that the child sex trafficking victims number in the hundreds of thousands- compounding the number of alleged new victims (anywhere from 100,000 to 300,000 minors supposedly trafficked into prostitution EVERY YEAR), the number of actual found/ rescued/ recovered 'victims' is pitifully few.
So why, if there are as
many child victims of 'sex trafficking' as the FBI and
the 'victim pimp' organizations claim, can't they be
found? And why do those 'journalists'/ reporters who
report the heroic efforts of law enforcement agents to
find and save the poor children, not question ANY of
the statements given to them in the FBI/ Department of
Justice press releases? In the age of the
internet where one can find ALL the news outlets who
report the astonishing accomplishments of the various
law enforcement agents involved in the 'rescue/
recover' efforts- why do the journalists not check
their facts before posting their stories?
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