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Inside the Fight Against the Human Trafficking ‘Sweet Shop’ on Ukraine’s Border

by Chris York, Byline Times:

The going rate for a child – either to be sold into sexual slavery or killed and harvested for organs – is around $150,000.

To those who value greed over the most fundamental of basic decencies, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the refugee crisis it has sparked is not a humanitarian catastrophe but the business opportunity of a lifetime.

“This is just a sweet shop for them at the moment,” says Dean, a former British soldier who now works for MitMark, a private risk advisory company that ‘fell into’ trying to combat human trafficking after arriving near the Medyka crossing in Poland to embark on a number of crisis management projects.

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“You wouldn’t think that any human could do that to another human,” he told Byline Times. “It’s beyond terrorism. I’ve fought against terrorism most of my adult life

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