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R. Kelly Conviction Highlights New Report on Human Trafficking in U.S., Georgia

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David Pendered | October 10, 2021 | Saporta Report

The conviction of disgraced singer R. Kelly on all counts of abuse, including forced labor, underscores a groundbreaking new report on human trafficking in the United States that includes a section on Georgia.

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  1. So the trafficking victims are mostly coming from central & south America .

    “The majority of victims who enter the United States come from Central and South America;”

    No wonder then that President Biden has made the effort to vastly expand the Supply Chain of sex trafficking Victims across our southern border a top priority for his administration .

    Keeping democrat voters like R. Kelly , and even Joe’s sonny boy Hunter well supplied with children is so important .

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