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"No, it's a fiction feature starring Rachel Weisz."
This exchange, overheard as the audience was shuffling into the Elgin Theatre on Monday afternoon, seemed to sum up "The Whistleblower," based on the real-life story of Kathy Bolkovac, a
Nebraska police officer who headed to Bosnia in 1999 as part of a
privately contracted peacekeeping force under the umbrella of the
United Nations. While there, she uncovered a human-trafficking…
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The sordid operations of a sex trafficking gang who plotted to “sell the virginity of young girls” to wealthy foreign businessmen for £150,000 (US$230,972) a time emerged after the organizers admitted
their guilt in a U.K. court Monday.
Three women -- one of whom is a mother of four -- and a man used a picture of a 14-year-old girl as bait to entice prospective clients into parting with their money.
Now they face jail after their operation was smashed by British…
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