After years of enduring abuse and sexual exploitation in the human sex trafficking trade, Jessa Dillow-Crisp is telling her story. Part of the details of that story implicates many who were sworn to “serve and protect” who were doing anything but that.
Instead, Dillow-Crisp told an audience at the Colorado State Capitol that many of those involved – on the level of abuse and helping facilitate human trafficking – were police officers.
This revelation came as part of Human Trafficking Awareness and Advocacy Day.
Dillow-Crisp recounted that her victimization began when she was a child, saying that “I was a little girl and was sexually abused by family members. I had to pose for pornographers and was sold to countless men on a daily basis.”
She explains that she was trafficked domestically in Canada and throughout the United States.
She knew she had few options to get out, as she…
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