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Most victims of sex  trafficking share similar traits:

How to identify  a sex trafficking victim

Thin and malnourished.

Removed from friends.

Abused, bruised, scarred.

Fearful for their lives.

Followed by a pimp.

Ill or lacking in hygiene.

Clothed provocatively.


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