Texas Human Trafficking Reports Increase 18 Percent in 2017, Says Watchdog

In this Dec. 16, 2016 photo, an alleged victim of priest Nicola Corradi poses for a photo during an interview in Mendoza, Argentina. At least 24 students of the Antonio Provolo Institute in Argentina have now come forward seeking justice for the abuse they say they suffered at the hands of Corradi, 82, another priest, the Rev. Horacio Corbacho, 55, and three other men. The five were arrested in late November by Argentine police. (AP Photo/Marcelo Ruiz)

A report published on Wednesday by the Polaris anti-human trafficking organization reveals that instances of human trafficking in Texas increased by 18 percent in 2018. The document tracks data from the National Human Trafficking Hotline and the BeFree Textline.


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