And my trackers always had me home before school the next day." By day a daughter, sibling, student. Experts call it grooming, and Janine was a textbook case. attorney, Cordes helped launch the Human Trafficking Rescue Project in the Western District of Missouri. "While we might be able to make an occasional case out there, that it would not necessarily be something that would justify a large unified continuous effort by the law enforcement agencies," remembers Chris Budke, then a special agent for the FBI.
But new to the town, and lonely, she admits she was vulnerable. And the so-called boyfriend coaxing her into a back bedroom for small talk. His threats, and eventually an addiction to drugs, essentially made her a slave to his ring of women he controlled.
So when a 13-year-old supposed "friend" talked her into going from a mall to a house party to meet her "twenty something" boyfriend, Janine balked, then went. "There were house parties like the one I was raped in, where men were there and I was expected to service them all night long.
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Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Furthermore, we also know that there are countless women (and men) who are terrified of coming forward and holding their harassers responsible for their actions.