Police Officers, Including the Chief, Protected Sex Trafficking Ring In Exchange for Sex With Victims—Lawsuit

Police officers in America, we are told, are here to protect the public and put people in jail who cause harm to others. All too often, however, as the following case illustrates, police officers become the ones from which society needs protection. The Fairfax County Police department is the perfect example. Instead of protecting women from dangerous sex traffickers, officers were actually participating in the trafficking and protecting the bad guys while preying on the young women.

According to a federal lawsuit by prominent civil rights attorney Victor Glasberg, the corruption within the department ran all the way up to the department’s chief, Ed Roessler. Officers were allowed to have their way with the sex trafficking victims in exchange for protecting the modern-day slave owners.

Glasberg filed the suit on behalf of a woman who was ensnared in the sex trafficking ring, who had been taken from Costa Rica and trafficked by the group.

The trial for the lawsuit is underway this week and the victim, known only as Jane Doe, has given dramatic testimony — forced to describe the injuries she suffered while held captive in a Virginia-based sex trafficking ring.

“They are with the force of the law. They’re here to protect us. They have to not be clients,” Doe said Thursday, according to the AP.

The woman was lured from her home in Costa Rica with promises of a job that did not involve sex. However, when she arrived in the US, the traffickers took her passport and she was forced into commercial sex.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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