Question: Is law enforcement propagating human trafficking and sex slavery for their own profit?
“Free at last, Free at last…” dear God almighty, it’s the 21st Century and millions of people are living as slaves!
No this is NOT a metaphor of lowered wages and economic recession. This is an undeniable modern day FACT!
This is the First official episode of “The Full Monty Leadership Show” and in all honesty for me it is the most important show I have ever done.
I know the idea of there being slaves in our modern world seems outrageous…you may even argue that there are no slave ships in any harbour of the world.
Although that is fairly true, what you may not know is; there are an estimated 27, 000,000 (twenty seven million) people enslaved in our “modern day world” right now! (don’t believe me investigate… CNN is just one resource) here’s a Link: http://thecnnfreedomproject.blogs.cnn.com/category/the-facts/the-number/
Even though when President Abraham Lincoln permanently abolished slavery throughout the entire United States in 1865, it has Not gone away.
The difference is that slaves are now brought in and work in every corner of the world. They are used as commercial sex slaves, adult and child pornography, torture, and slave labor. Worst of all, It Is Happening Right Under Your Nose!
My guest on this episode of The Full Monty leadership Show is one the most important people in the US today when it comes to the subject of Human Trafficking and modern slavery…
Dottie Laster is a nationally recognized expert in the field of human trafficking. Trained by the Department of Justice, she educates law enforcement, businesses and organizations, on human trafficking. She has been the architect, and leader of the human trafficking task forces in many cities.
She was appointed as a part of this task force to train over 5,000 police officers and worked directly with adult and child victims.
In this show we look at:
- The devastating number of people who are trafficked into the US every year. Why the victims don’t just run away and call the cops.
- What you, me and our leadership can do to bring an end to human slavery.
- How law enforcement and local authority corruption is blocking sex slave emancipation
- And I will even ask Dottie to give us a graphic description of a day in the life of a human sex slave…
Be warned: This show will shock you!
If you like to bury their head in the sand and pretend the things you don’t like aren’t happening, this show is not for you.
If however, You Are someone who is committed to bringing awareness to any inhuman treatment of other human beings and You Want To Do Something About it…Tune In and just as Importantly Share the Link To This Show With Everyone You Know!
This is just a small sampling of where this enlightening interview will go.
It is vitally important that you Share This Show With All Your Friends and Contacts. Tune in on Thursday November 15th @10:AM (Pac) 1:PM (EST)
Why? Because you are a leader!
Dottie Laster’s site: www.LasterGlobal.com
Dottie Laster Bio (Scroll over)Dottie Laster Bio (Scroll here)Dottie Laster began work on human trafficking while earning her Master’s degree at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. She studied elective courses through Hamline School of Law in Paris, France and Budapest, Hungary. She next worked for YMCA International where she was appointed as an original member of the U.S. Attorney’s Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance, a human trafficking task force that was commended for its results by former Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez. As part of this task force, she trained over 5,000 police officers on the issue of Human Trafficking and worked directly with adult and child victims of trafficking. She was selected by the US Attorney’s Office to be certified by the Department of Justice to train law enforcement and others on human trafficking. She is the co founder of San Antonio’s Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the past Administrator of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. Dottie Laster has successfully written for over $6.5 million in grants to assist children and victims of human trafficking.
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