Monday, September 17, 2018

GONE GIRLS: Pinellas Fl woman Lynne Knowles warns of human trafficking dangers after Encounter at Publix Store


GONE GIRLS: Pinellas Fl woman Lynne Knowles warns of human trafficking dangers after Encounter at Publix Store. FBI indicates that there is a ongoing Sex Slavery Ring operating in Florida where multiple missing petite blonde females have been forced and/or coerced into the sex trade against their will with no way out. ABC Action News Tampa Writes 9/17/2018 DUNEDIN, Fla. — A Pinellas County woman is taking to social media to warn others about a potential human trafficking tactic she recently encountered at a local grocery store. Lynne Knowles says a man followed her through several aisles at her neighborhood Publix, recording her with his cell phone. "I was so scared and felt so uncomfortable," said Lynne Knowles


"It made me very nervous and I purposely went down an aisle that most men wouldn't go down and he popped up on that aisle too." After confronting the stranger, Lynne Knowles says he ran outside where two other men were waiting in the parking lot. Since then, she says several friends have come forward with similar stories. That motivated her to share her message on Facebook Live. "I've had a lot of women come to me today and say that they were going to go out and get a gun permit and get a gun." "We have to protect ourselves and make sure we are completely aware of our surroundings at all times," warns Knowles. Thank God for people like Lynne Knowles in Pinellas County Fl who have the courage to come forward online and with the Media to speak out on the dangers of Human Trafficking, she is so right, read on.
UPDATE: The Media is only out for themselves, don't trust them. One day later the two faced media now riles up against Lynne Knowles for using the term "Human Trafficking" concerning her encounter with a suspicious man who was video taping her at a Publix Store in Pinellas County Fl, such naive, foolish reporters:
1). ABC Action News Tampa... "Woman regrets using 'human trafficking' term in viral video, stands by raising awareness". 
2). WPTV West Palm Beach..."Woman regrets using 'human trafficking' term in viral video, stands by raising awareness".
3). WFLA 8 Tampa.
..."Dunedin mom sets record straight on viral video about 'human trafficking' in Pinellas".

Leah Rose Altmann. (Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office)
Missing Florida Woman Could Be Victim of Human Trafficking: Police.
PALM BEACH POST: Human trafficking reports rise in Florida; young adults targeted. The recent case of three men accused of kidnapping a 19-year-old woman in Boynton Beach and trying to force her into prostitution is among a rapidly growing number of reported human trafficking incidents in Florida, state officials say. The Florida Department of Children and Families counted nearly 1,900 reports of human trafficking statewide in 2016, a 54 percent increase from the previous year. 


Advocates for victims have called human trafficking modern-day slavery. Under state and federal law, it is defined as soliciting, recruiting, harboring, transporting or otherwise obtaining another person to exploit him or her for labor, domestic servitude or sexual exploitation. According to the Polaris Project – a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. that tracks the number of calls to the national trafficking hotline – Florida had the third-highest number of reported cases in 2016, behind only California and Texas.

Women Kidnapped: Gone Girls Possible Victims of Human Trafficking Along I-95 Bangor to Miami. FBI Report, each year FBI agents across America team up with police officers, sheriff's deputies, state attorneys, Homeland Security investigators, and others for a few days of posing as people buying or selling sex. This year, "hundreds of law enforcement officials took part in sting operations in hotels, casinos, truck stops, and other areas frequented by pimps, prostitutes, and their customers," the FBI reported. Seventy-four FBI-led "Child Exploitation Task Forces" orchestrated operations in 103 U.S. cities, with more than 400 different law-enforcement agencies participating in the October 13-16 efforts. And the payoff? 


According to the FBI, "82 sexually exploited juveniles" were recovered and "239 pimps and other individuals" arrested. The average age of the minors was just under 16-years-old. "This is a depressing day in law enforcement," said FBI Director James Comey, announcing Operation Cross Country 10 (OCCX) results at an International Association of Chiefs of Police gathering. The FBI Jacksonville Division operation along I-95 included the cooperation of multiple state and local law enforcement partnering agencies including the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Operations took place in a number of locations, including hotels, truck stops, and street corners.
FLORIDA: What Happened to Missing Petite Blondes Patricia Scala from Sarasota and Alivia Kail in Possible Sex Slavery Cases. FBI indicates that there is a ongoing Sex Slavery Ring operating in Florida where multiple missing petite blonde females have been forced and/or coerced into the sex trade against their will with no way out. Another year is almost gone and hundreds of Gone Girls are still missing in America, petite blond females are the targets taken by Human Traffickers.
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Florida leads the pack as the final destination for kidnapped females in the USA. Multiple very attractive petite blond females have gone missing with several murdered and cops have no clues, no suspects, the women just vanished without a trace, where are the FBI profilers. When you look at their photos combined together, next to each other, it is fairly obvious that all of these young women look-a-like, a coincidence, I think not! Who is responsible for multiple, very pretty, look-a-like females with long blonde hair disappearing, they have all been listed as missing, kidnapped or unfortunately murdered with no suspects and all the cases are unsolved.
Friends Suspect Missing Mother Jayme Bowen Victim of Human Trafficking – WSYX ABC6 – Top Stories. Quote “Not only is my daughter missing, there are other girls missing,” said Jayme Bowen’s mother, Nancy Bowen. I have written extensively about numerous petite blond females who are here one day and the next they just disappear into thin air. Private Investigator Questions Lack of FBI Closure in Multiple Nationwide Missing Look-A-Like Young Females That May Link to Sex Slavers in Florida. South Florida currently ranks as the third busiest capital for human trafficking in the U.S. Human sex trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States according the Department of Justice, and it’s happening right here in the TAMPA BAY Florida area.
Gone Girl Jennifer Kesse From Orlando Fl on Long List of Young Blond Females Missing In America Possibly Taken by Human Traffickers. TWELVE years after an Orlando woman disappeared without a trace in a case that has stumped investigators, police and the family of Jennifer Kesse are pleading with the public for information to help them solve the investigation.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation-Jacksonville Division announced that one minor was rescued, and 27 adult prostitutes and three pimps and their associates were arrested as part of Operation Cross Country X, which took place in Jacksonville and Pensacola from October 13 to 15, 2016. This was the 10th and largest iteration of the FBI-led initiative, which took place in 106 cities across the United States and, for the first time, in several countries around the world. The FBI Jacksonville Division operation included the cooperation of multiple state and local law enforcement partnering agencies including the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Pensacola Police Department, Gulf Breeze Police Department, Panama City Police Department, and the Panama City Beach Police Department


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