n this Feb. 1, 2014 photo, young orphans play inside the U.S. Church of Bible Understanding-run orphanage in Kenscoff, Haiti. The Church of Bible Understanding lost accreditation to run the orphanage after a series of inspections beginning in late 2012, though the government lacks the resources to shut down homes except in extreme circumstances. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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Sometimes, to save a life, you need to play the villian.
"This is Selena, your wife."
Tim’s earnestness was killing me. I looked at my phone - a picture of my real wife and four kids.
Selena looked me up and down. I instinctively sucked in my gut and flexed.
“He’ll work,” she smiled.
Thanks. This was my first time undercover...
This operation dealt with child trafficking at the root level. A Port au Prince, Haiti, orphanage with a once reputable front (their license has not been renewed since 2010) was forcing kids to live in squalor and selling them out the backdoor to anyone that could produce the cash.
A 4- or 5-year-old child, bought for $10-15,000, could be worth millions, to their owner over the course of years as a child sex slave.
See the the first part of story here and tune into The Glenn Beck Program on TheBlaze TV tonight at 5 p.m. EST to see Glenn Beck discuss the operation. Check back for parts two and three later this week.
Featured Image Credit: AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery
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