I'm APPALLED by the ignorance of this article. Human trafficking is a huge world wide problem, and yes, it does happen here on our own streets. I live in Indianapolis, and for your information, no fewer than THREE underage girls were rescued from the sex trade during Super Bowl festivities. Even one girl being enslaved for men's perverted pleasures is horrible and revolting, and of course we should take measures to ensure it is not happening. This is an underground problem--it's like cockroaches: for every one you see, you can bet there are 100 more that you'll never find. It is an outrage, and for you to write such a scathing article against people who are actually doing something to make a difference in the lives of girls who are enslaved to be raped multiple times a day says mountains more about YOUR character than it does theirs.