By Amelia Trello, Staff Writer Alleged human trafficker Andrew Tate was detained in Romania on February 27, 2023. Tate, his brother, and two Romanian women “appealed their 30-day detention, arguing the extended detention is ‘not necessary,’” however the court rejected the appeal, and Tate could be facing years in prison […]
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Photo provided courtesy of Pixaby.com By: Elizabeth Echard, Staff Writer The word “slavery” usually refers to the transatlantic slave trade that took place from the 16th to the 19th centuries where African people were enslaved and sold to the Americas to work and tend crops on plantations.   In […]
By: Stephen Hodzic, Staff Writer Pennsylvania’s human trafficking statute presents options to not only investigative and prosecute suspected cases of human trafficking, but also to provide restitution to victims in civil cases. Human trafficking is considered one of the fastest growing crimes in the world. While often considered to […]
By Amy Kerlin, Staff Writer The Department of Homeland Security classifies human trafficking as a form of modern-day slavery that involves the use of manipulation, coercion, fraud, or force to compel a victim into some type of labor or commercial sexual act. Although the Federal Bureau of Investigation believes […]
“The Holiday Traffick Jam: Human Trafficking and Why I am Especially Thankful For my Citizenship” By Carlie Masterson With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, many Americans like myself in The United States take a step back and think about what we are particularly thankful for. But we typically don’t think much about […]