It has recently come to the attention of Abel Danger through it's virtual global network of agents, that the youngest daughter of a couple living in Panama City, Florida was kidnapped, beaten, raped and allegedly held against her will for weeks. From what Abel Danger has been able to ascertain from available sources, the daughter escaped and is now struggling through the trauma of healing and recovery. The parents of this young girl apparently did not realize their daughter was kidnapped until she returned home by somehow escaping after being forced through this horrific and what must have been traumatic experience.
The people (criminal network; gang; drug related syndicate involved in human trafficking) who kidnapped this young girl, beat, raped and held her against her will, are involved in human trafficking, drugs, and every type of violent criminal activity imaginable moving through Florida. Law enforcement in Panama City, Florida have made the inference they would prefer this horrific crime to simply go away and for the parents of this girl to not press charges. The reason law enforcement agencies, both municipal and federal, do not want to get involved in these types of cases, is because these law enforcement agencies are overwhelmed and do not have the funding or manpower to investigate, arrest and prosecute such criminals involved in these networks. The parents of this girl in Panama City, Florida have gone to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) to seek assistance and relief in this crime. From the perspective of the parents at this point the circumstances are not in their favor.
Although according to accounts that have been obtained, the man responsible for the kidnapping rape and brutal treatment of this girl has been arrested and was on probation for related crimes. At this point, it is not exactly clear as to why, but it is expected he will be released from jail on December 1st of this year. Prior to his arrest and being jailed, it is alleged he was making threatening telephone calls saying horrendous things to the parents of this young girl. The police were contacted and a sworn affidavit has been filed against him for making harassing and threatening telephone calls to the parents. So unless the local sheriff's department can press for further charges against this man, which is unlikely because it appears the police and sheriff department in Panama City, Florida are overwhelmed by crime, there isn't likely anything these parents can do to prevent further threats from this man who it is alleged participated in their daughter's kidnapping and subsequent rape.
Request: Abel Danger global requests that this url link be forwarded to Holly Craw at Sex Trafficking Examiner and help Abel Danger and the parents of this young girl end this global carnage of human trafficking for commercial sex. It is happening in your own back yard.
Resource: Trafficking Monitor
Panama City sex trafficking
Without renewal Trafficking Victims Protection Act expires, services end Sept 30
For over a decade, the US has been a global leader in bringing attention to the monumental issue...
Sex Trafficking Examiner
September 28, 2011
Deo Volente: From slavery to freedom in midst of volcanic devastation of a city
For over a decade, the US has been a global leader in bringing attention to the monumental issue of human trafficking, which includes both forced sexual and labor exploitation of people around the world. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) first became law in 2000 to provide resources for international agencies working to prosecute perpetrators, provide services to victims, and prevent further trafficking abuse. This was followed by the creation of the Trafficking in Persons office under the state department that creates an annual report on the compliance of nations with the anti-trafficking standards set by the United Nations.
Abel Danger and its world-wide contacts have suggested that Toledo, Ohio is apparently a hub of some sort for human trafficking in the United States. Human trafficking is only one result of far bigger crimes related to drug trafficking; and if it isn't obvious by now, it should be: pressure now needs to be forcefully exerted to do something about illegal drugs. And the only way to do this is to make drugs legal; and this by all accounts according to Abel Danger forensic economics, would currently seem to be an impossible proposition considering the documented record contained in the book Dope, Inc. So the reality of these circumstances are such that this only means the drug trade and related crimes, i.e., human trafficking, sex slavery, drug related murder and weapons trade will continue destroying lives as in the case of this young girl living in Panama City, Florida. The police are no longer capable of handling such massive crimes which in most cases are highly organized with these groups or gangs having proven themselves to be extremely dangerous when threatened. The same people and networks run arms, drugs and humans, or work with arms and drug dealers. IMO drugs is their main source of income and in turn this money is used to buy arms and of course humans in the sex trade. Venezuela and the Island of Margarita is run by one of the drug mafias. It is Abel Danger's understanding that after being kidnapped many girls are taken to the Island of Margarita and probably other islands as well all over the Caribbean. The Island of Margarita has been referred to as the "Las Vegas of the sex trade."
The IOCC Highlighting Human Trafficking in TAMPA BAY Florida
Source: Florida National Organization for Women
What is Human Trafficking?
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which victims are used for forced labor or sexual exploitation. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) is a federal law that criminalizes the act of human trafficking and was first signed into action in early 2000. The act focuses on combating human trafficking through prevention, protection and prosecution. According to U.S. law under the TVPA, human trafficking is defined as “sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act has not attained 18 years of age; or the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery”. The TVPA was reauthorized in 2003, 2005 and 2008.