“On More than one Occasion: ”The OIC (Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada) Deemed My Case a Priority Because I Meet ALL of their below Requirements” :1. My Case/Matter involves My Rights to Life Liberty & Security of Person.2. My Matter Is a Matter of Public (& Parliamentary) Interest.3. My Matter involves Systemic Issues.4. My Matter can be used to Set Precedent. This Matter is a matter of Public Safety and National Security.
PLEASE HELP BY SHARING THIS VIDEO. This is a recorded interview that I conducted with a Canadian woman named Jane who approached me for assistance about a month ago. Her story is shocking. She is a life-long victim of Human sex trafficking, as is her son.
This brief introduction to her story is only the tip of the iceberg, I will let her testimony speak for itself. I have vetted her case to the best of my ability, I have seen some of the evidence which has also been submitted to police, legal council, federal MP’s and now some trusted journalists who I hope will assist me in getting this story out by conducting follow up interviews with Jane or sharing this on their own platforms.
The system has failed her completely. The details of her case are quite extensive, many of which cannot yet be discussed or disclosed publicly for obvious reasons. I believe her to be truthful and sincere. She has tried every legal avenue possible for over 20 years and has documented every step of the way with reams of evidence of her case. The biggest question is: Why, if all proper authorities (in both US/Canada) have been read in to her case, has nothing at all been done to assist or protect her? It’s up to us to protect her and others like her.
The vast global trafficking network of which she speaks, and which the world is learning about through numerous films and reports being released recently is disturbing enough, for me what is even more disturbing is the vast network of protection for these criminals by our various institutions tasked with defending human rights who have willfully ignored this case and millions of others. These are egregious crimes against humanity of the highest order.
A note from Jane:
Human Smuggling: “Human smuggling is the facilitation, transportation, attempted transportation, or illegal entry of a person or persons across an international border, in violation of one or more countries’ laws, either clandestinely or through deception, whether with the use of fraudulent documents or through the evasion of legitimate border controls. It is a criminal commercial transaction between willing parties who go their separate ways once they have procured illegal entry into a country.
The vast majority of people who are assisted in illegally entering the United States and other countries are smuggled, rather than trafficked. International human smuggling networks are linked to other transnational crimes including drug trafficking and the corruption of government officials. They can move criminals, fugitives, terrorists, and trafficking victims, as well as economic migrants. They undermine the sovereignty of nations and often endanger the lives of those being smuggled.
In its 2010 report The Globalization of Crime: A Transnational Organized Crime Threat Assessment, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimated that the smuggling of persons from Latin America to the United States generated approximately $6.6 billion annually in illicit proceeds for human smuggling networks.”
Trafficking in Persons: “Trafficking in Persons (TIP), or human trafficking, refers to activities involved when one person obtains or holds another person in compelled service, such as involuntary servitude, slavery, debt bondage, and forced labor. TIP specifically targets the trafficked person as an object of criminal exploitation—often for labor exploitation or sexual exploitation purposes—and trafficking victims are frequently physically and emotionally abused. Although TIP is generally thought of as an international crime that involves the crossing of borders, TIP victims can also be trafficked within their own countries. Traffickers can move victims between locations within the same country and often sell them to other trafficking organizations.”
A deep dark world is being exposed worldwide at the moment. We have all heard about the Epstein’s & many others, it’s time we hear from those who lived it. Sadly, there are many more Jane’s out there who live in excruciating fear, trauma, and silence. NO MORE. We as the good people of this world need to grow a spine and start speaking out, standing up, and defending the victims of this monstrous evil that plagues our world.
If you know something say something. If you can do something, be brave and DO IT.