DOJ triggers outrage after scrubbing website’s child sex trafficking…

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“It’s heartening to see a commitment to addressing this grave issue, both domestically and internationally,” Victor Marx, a survivor of child sexual abuse and head of All Things Possible Ministries said in response to the 2023 national strategy. “However, the recent changes to the Department’s website, particularly the removal of specific sections related to child sex trafficking, have raised valid concerns.”

“The message we’re sending to our children and the criminals, and the women at large that are concerned is the administration doesn’t care,” Marx told The Post.

“I think they’re trying to lower their culpability and responsibility,” he added. “They’re having to lower and lessen their footprint and their position on this because believe me, it’s horrible and stories are going to start to come out.”
* This article was originally published here

 

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