Two child sex slavery investigationsfrom across the US led to justice served in the past few days, due in large part to the work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Each case involved one or more children who were being enslaved on US soil for the purposes of forced child rape for profit.
The two cases occurred in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Sioux Falls case was prosecuted by the US Attorney’s office of the District of South Dakota, and the Tulsa case was prosecuted by US Attorney’s office of the Northern District of Oklahoma.
The Sioux Falls case resulted in the convicted perpetrator, Carl Campbell, age 37, receiving three life sentences for sex-trafficking by force, fraud, or coercion, and sex trafficking of a child. Campbell also received 40 additional years for interstate transportation for prostitution and obstruction of sex trafficking enforcement. According to the US Attorney’s office, Campbell “lured in young adults and minors and caused them to engage in commercial sex acts in and around Sioux Falls.”
They added: “He assaulted one victim repeatedly over the course of about eight months, during which he forced her to perform commercial sex acts in South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois.”
Source: Texas GOP Vote