Several hundred suspects were detained and scores of sexually exploited children as well as victims were rescued across California during a statewide operation to combat human trafficking, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced.
Over 30 Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and their respective task forces were involved in the widespread operations. Those agencies included the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, which participated in the third annual “Operation Reclaim and Rebuild”.
The statewide multi agency raids took place over the periods of three days, law enforcement representatives stated.
Over the period of the operation 474 arrests were made, which included 142 males on solicitation charges, and 36 males on suspicion of pimping, and several others with child pornography, according to figures provided by the Sheriff’s Department.
Alongside the arrests, 28 commercially and sexually exploited children and 27 adult victims were rescued.
“You are worthy of more. And we will work tirelessly with our partners to provide you services and help you rebuild your life,” Sheriff Jim McDonnell said, addressing the victims during a press conference.
All of the children who were minors that were recovered during the operation were being cared for by children and family services agencies in order to assist in their recovery across the state, according to Sheriff’s officials. The Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking and the Saving Innocence organization were coordinating efforts to help victims in L.A. County.
“Operation Reclaim and Rebuild focused on rescuing victims of sexual slavery and human trafficking, providing victims with much-needed services, identifying and arresting their captors, seeking successful prosecutions, and disrupting the demand for vulnerable victims by targeting their customers,” the press release stated.
“Police agencies and other trafficking task forces throughout our state joined in the enforcement operation to send the clear message that California law enforcement shares a unified mandate: Human trafficking must not be tolerated in our state!”
Such arrests only further confirm that the media is hiding this elite pedophile ring from the eyes of their viewers. Why the cover-up to begin with is the question that most Americans outside of California want to know. PedoGate is real.