John Whitehead writes: Clearly, sex trafficking should demand as much, if not more, attention than drug trafficking and other similar crimes. For whatever reason, it does not.
The answer is pretty simple. Cracking down on sex slavery doesn’t give the federal government an excuse to take rights and liberties away from law-abiding citizens. Furthermore, there’s no money in it for the police; they have no interest in seizing a crack house, it’s the mansion with a pair of pot plants in it or the Mercedes with a bag of coke that they want to auction off.