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11/25/2009 05:00 AM ID: 81839 Permalink   

Crackdown on Human Trafficking and Child Sex


In Cambodia, in just two days, six people have been arrested for either human trafficking or child sex. A French tourist was arrested for sex with a 15-year-old girl. A Cambodian man (30) was arrested for raping a 9-year-old at school.

A Chinese massage parlor was raided and two Chinese nationals arrested for trafficking Chinese women into Cambodia and forcing them to work as prostitutes. Five Chinese women were freed from the parlor.

Two Cambodians have been arrested while attempting to sell two girls (16 and 18) to a brothel. Police claim that they have been working hard to apprehend the six mentioned suspects.

    WebReporter: shaohu Show Calling Card      
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The good news is, we are starting to see some Cambodians and Chinese being arrested for trafficking and sex with minors. Before you would see a lot of foreigners getting arrested, but no Cambodians even though Cambodians were the number one culprits for trafficking and child sex.

Cambodia still gets a lot of sex tourists and sex-pats from: France, Korea, China, Japan, Australia, USA, Germany, and UK.
  by: shaohu     11/25/2009 05:13 AM     
  worldwide safe child standard  
u.n should make every country in the world sign up to protect children from those who wish to do harm to them....
  by: flukemol   11/25/2009 08:20 AM     
  @flukemol: Rights of a Child  
The UN already tried to pass a resolution on this:

7th Dec 1987
UN Resolution 42/101
A call for a "convention on the rights fo a child"

Almost unanimous: 150-0-1 (US abstained)
  by: redstain   11/25/2009 09:46 AM     
  Sex Trade is  
A lot of countries bread and butter. It has been going on for decades and one case one of these Asian countries, forgot which one told the UN to mind their own business. Selling children into slaves or sex slaves have been going on for 1,000s of years in some countries.
  by: thedrewman   11/26/2009 05:47 AM     
  Rights of a Child  
Why in the nine hells would the US abstain on that?
  by: jbloodthorn   11/26/2009 08:11 AM     
Why also would the USA vote NO at the Kyoto convention?
  by: shaohu     11/26/2009 08:33 AM     
about tagging the so called Sex tourists the moment they land in these hot-spots world wide.

Westerners go tho these places, because back home, they will have to molest and kill these children after they rape them. So they go to these poor nations, where people are willing to abduct and sell children for their economical gains.

However, who is the culprit? No wonder they opt out of UN´s resolutions, when it comes to being held responsible.

Lets just go and drop bombs whenever we feel like, to those with Oil, or, strategic location and we´ll say, it is because they dont like our freedom..

We are bad people, very bad people... Westerners that is. It seems like we still think imperially, only if we could bring slavery back huh!
  by: skcusswentrohs     11/27/2009 12:13 AM     
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