Children for Sale: Introduction (01:29)
Human trafficking is second only to the narcotics trade in terms of lucrative crime.
Internet Crimes Against Children (05:30)
Sgt. Torrey Kennedy and his team identify suspicious ads and establish stings; a 17-year-old victim does not want help. Jada Pinkett Smith recalls learning about child sex trafficking in the U.S. Dalia Racine describes trafficking and exploiters.
Origins of Human Trafficking (07:11)
Victims want to escape some type of trauma in their home; exploiters briefly show them a "good life." Sasha Ray describes her experiences with a trafficker. Living Water for Girls is a rehabilitation facility and safe house.
Adult Entertainment Industry (05:03)
The U.S. has over 4,000 strip clubs. "4Sarah" raises awareness about sex trafficking. Rachel McCool describes her experiences with sexual abuse and trafficking.
Human Traffickers (07:42)
A woman argues with a suspected exploiter and escapes a group of men; men can claim women as property by making eye contact. "Katrina" discusses trafficking other women and an incident gone wrong; the average trafficker makes $32,000 a week.
False Love (05:53)
Sasha Ray recalls the feelings she received from her exploiter. A desire for love and fulfillment can make people with low self-esteem vulnerable to trafficking. McCool now has a healthy outlook on life. Lisa Williams recalls sending Sasha Ray a gift.
Missing Girl (07:47)
Society has a role in eliminating trafficking. 4Sarah finds a woman's 14-year-old granddaughter for sale on the internet; Sgt. Kennedy and his team eventually locate the girl. Sasha Ray is working toward a brighter future. Talk to your children about trafficking
Credits: Children for Sale: The Fight to End Human Trafficking (00:21)
Credits: Children for Sale: The Fight to End Human Trafficking
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