“[Traffickers are] people who exploit some kind of a vulnerability of a trafficking victim. Either their young age, a disability, poverty, a drug addiction or any number of vulnerabilities that they can use as a pressure point to compel them to provide labor services or commercial sex… Human trafficking victims either a) don’t really understand that they’re victims of a crime or b) they’re very fearful of coming forward and reporting.” ~Andrew Cogar of United States Attorney’s Office for the northern district of West Virginia
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