October 18th was a victorious day for law enforcement as they successfully carried out massive sting operations and arrest sweeps in three states. They were able to arrest 421 suspected sexual predators. These included arrests for child sex trafficking. These arrests were initially reported by three local outlets.
The Clarion-Ledger out of Mississippi reported, “two alleged child sex traffickers in Mississippi along with 20 individuals identified as associated with prostitution were among those nabbed in a nationwide crackdown that led to the recovery of 84 minors, the youngest 3 months old.
USNews reported out of Florida, “law enforcement in Polk County, Florida arrested 277 people in connection with human trafficking and online prostitution. A cancer surgeon, a teacher, a pediatrician, an Air Force veteran, a retired police officer and a colonel in the Marine Corps were among the nearly 300 people arrested in Florida in a massive prostitution sting, police say.”
The media said this wasn’t real. That it was a conspiracy theory. https://t.co/aOBDLyJCSD
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) October 19, 2017
The undercover human trafficking operation, which was called “Operation No Tricks, No Treats” and ran from Oct. 10-15, netted 277 people, according to a press release from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.”
In Georgia AJC.com reported, “sixty people were arrested and four children were recovered in Georgia during an FBI-led operation that focused on child sex trafficking, the agency announced Wednesday morning.”
Here at Cernovich.com we are happy to see law enforcement cracking down on child sex traffickers and support any organization shining a light on this dark but important topic. Only by exposing the issue to the American public can we combat these disgusting predators effectively.
I do have one question though. Where is the mainstream media? This was a huge multi-state, multi-agency operation and the only sound we hear from the MSM is silent. I guess the well being of children falls short on their list of newsworthy priorities.
Sources: The Clarion-Ledger