All posts tagged: human trafficking and politics

Katherine Svoi Symthe Returns with Co-Host Dottie Laster to The Roth Show

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com Each Wednesday  Dr. Laurie Roth holds conversations with those in the know about particular crimes,criminals, issues, corruption, and wrongdoing. Tune in with co-host Dottie Laster and her guests to learn more about human trafficking, the dangers and what to do about it.   Dr. Laurie Roth and co-host Dottie Laster welcome back Katherine Svoi Smythe, continuing to tell the story of her own captivity and experience as a victim of human trafficking. Her book, Unbroken, was released in April and recounts the horrors she suffered as a child in the bondage of sex trafficking by her family.  Katherine Svoi Symthe is the granddaughter of Lester Brown, whose cruelty to animals made the cover of Life magazine in 1966, that enraged Congress to pass the Animal Rights Law. Lester Brown moved to California where Smythe’s mother started buying children from the sex trade and abusing them. Smythe endured 17 years of torture, pain, and even witnessed her sister’s death by her mother. In a …

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The Roth Show: Human Trafficking and Politics with Dottie Laster and Jeff Mudgett, Author of BLOODSTAINS

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com Wednesday Crime segment welcomes back Dottie Laster and Jeff Mudgett  Hour #1 Dottie Laster returns to The Roth Show to talk more about the ever expanding crime of human trafficking. While normally involved in the rescue and restoration of marginalized and vulnerable young people, Laster has seen a shift lately and has been contracted by upscale families to become involved in cases with victims who are not the norm. She reports that there seems to be more and more activity with academically Recently the headlines touted a large sweep across 77 cities in the US as FBI and local law enforcement agencies rescued 105 underage minors from the grip of human trafficking. Also arrested in the raid were 150 pimps. Has this annual raid made a dent in the national problem? Hardly. While it’s admirable that 105 children have been rescued, there are thousands that have already taken their place on the streets being sold to anyone with the money to pay for …