A Bangladeshi mother decided to take matters into her own hands when her 16-year-old daughter went missing.
Bryan Riley, 33, who confessed to killing four (including a baby) and torturing a young girl in Lakeland, Florida, told police he believed he was saving a child that was being sexually trafficked by the family.
“I love my wife!” Gaetz tweeted Saturday.
A Quebec judge also banned Sylvain Villemaire of Montreal in perpetuity from public places frequented by children under the age of 16.
The anti-trafficking group tells a tale about saving 10 women from sexual slavery and bringing them to the U.S. with the help of Trump’s White House and Tony Robbins. The full story is even stranger.
Greene and Gaetz had to end a press conference early because protesters shouted them down.
Roxanne Luckey, younger sister of Gaetz’s fiancée Ginger Luckey, called the congressman a “literal pedophile.”
QAnon followers are joining the #FreeBritney movement to end the star's conservatorship.
The way the text is constructed, from the setup to the name of the person she's seeking, is actually kind of genius.
Nothing to do with the fact that the FBI is investigating him for possibly sex trafficking a minor.
Federal investigators, a staff exodus, and a disastrous appearance at a conspiracy conference have the anti-trafficking charity facing unprecedented pressure.