Sunday, 19 April 2015


Mexican journalist Lydia Cacho has written about International Sex Trafficking.

In Cambodia, Cacho met girls who had been sold into sexual slavery by their mothers

sex trafficking.

A woman who runs a Cambodian brothel explained to Cacho how she mind-controls the girls by "normalising sexual exploitation through systematic exposure to pornography."

Child sex trade

In Burma, Cacho met a girl who had been sold to a soldier for $60 when she was 15.

The girl was gang-raped, and then re-sold to a Thai brothel.

In Japan, Cacho met a Colombian girl used by human traffickers of the Yakuza crime syndicate.

'Slavery, Inc.' international sex trafficking.


The child traffickers are usually protected by the politicians, the military, the security services and the police.

Policemen in many countries have told Cacho that many top police, politicians and judges are clients of brothels run by organised criminals.

Mexican journalist Lydia Cacho: 'I don't scare easily'

Hampstead and child traffickers.

Cacho gathered evidence that top Mexican businessmen were involved in a child pornography and child abuse ring.

Cacho gathered evidence that the child abuse ring was protected by the local governor, by the judges and by the top people who have connections to drug trafficking.

Cacho was then seized by Mexican police outside a women's shelter she had founded in Cancun.

The police tortured her and threatened her with death.

The top people do not like honest journalists.

If the child sex industry was closed down in the USA there would be an enormous drop in the USA's GDP.

Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto and his family.

Lydia Cacho says: "Carmen Aristegui is probably the most famous newscast journalist in our country (Mexico). 

"She was fired most probably for investigating the president (Nieto)..."

Cacho says: "When Peña Nieto was governor of the state of Mexico (in the south of the country) ... girls were taken by the cartels for sex trafficking; others, younger than 15, exploited as slaves in the opium and marijuana fields...

"He ordered journalists to be quiet, his team bought some off, and the honest ones had to flee the region, or were threatened, or killed by unknown criminals".


Can we trust the criminal justice system?

The FBI and Justice Department have admitted that forensic examiners, from their DNA unit, gave flawed evidence at nearly all United States criminal trials over a period of 20 years.

Research involving the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) and the Innocence Project say that 95 per cent of 268 trials reviewed had been impacted.

The Washington Post reported that of the 200 convictions affected, 32 defendants were sentenced to death - 14 of which have since been executed or died behind bars.

FBI faked forensic hair matches.


  1. Remember this terrified woman on the streets of Mexico screaming about the elite cannibals?


  3. A very fucked up irony


  5. This is an old story but very interesting considering certain things that have emerged in recent times.