A Hidden Crime 

Very little is known about the prevalence of child sex trafficking in Washington state, let alone Spokane County, but that soon may change

They were just children, whose drug-addled parents sold them to predators to pay back a debt. They were girls who fell for dangerous, older men online. Foreign brides who met their husbands overseas. And they were boys, too. They were victims as…

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