Lara Witt of the Philadelphia Daily News has a story concerning the arrest of former Temple University football star Matt Brown on human trafficking charges.
Brown, 25, allegedly received money for procuring girls ages 14, 16 and 17 for sex.
He was arrested in Baltimore.
At Temple, Brown was a kick return specialist and the Big East Conference’s special team player of the year in 2012. He signed a contract with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers the next year but was released.
Ms. Witt notes that human trafficking i.e. slavery generates $32 billion per year and involves tens of millions of people.
We’d just like to point out that small fish like Brown are not the real problem. The real problem is billionaires with private islands and their presidential buddies.