“It’s just like a drug cartel, this is a trafficking cartel. But, unlike drugs you can sell that girl over and over and over again.”
Brenden Miniter of The Dallas Morning News: “My theory of change was that we’re not elected officials so we can’t change the law, but we can inform the public.”
His family, neighbors, and coworkers think he’s a “great guy.” What they don’t know is, John uses social networking apps to pay for underage girls that are available during hs lunch break.
A hotel for many is a place to stay on vacation, whether that be a family trip, luxurious getaway, or stop along the way. But how much do you really know about what is going on behind the closed doors in hotels across the country?
Sex trafficking and drug abuse combine to take a horrible human toll on women and the homeless
Karen Green: “I can identify with the pain, the mindset, the rejection, the abandonment.”
Three Dallas women founded New Friends New Life, a non-profit working to illuminate the darkness of sex trafficking in Dallas.