Some groups claim that the influx of crowds for the Super Bowl contributes to an increase in sex trafficking. But leading anti-trafficking groups.
With a million party-minded football fans flocking to Minneapolis for Sunday’s Super Bowl - dubbed the biggest trafficking event in the United States - dozens of agencies are gearing up to bust criminal networks and rescue victims. While the anti-slavery group Polaris will be.
Four victims have been rescued, authorities say, as more than 600 DHS officials will be in the city on Sunday for protection. Guardian staff and.