Multi-Agency Sting Op Exposes Human Trafficking in Many Unexpected Professions


Satan is among us. Not only is he the Prince of Lies but also a master of disguise. He might even be operating through the person standing next to you at work.

He might even be speaking to your kids in church or teaching them in school.

Nearly 50 people were arrested this month in Texas — including one high school teacher and a youth pastor — in connection to a sting operation aimed at combatting sex trafficking, according to the Christian Post.

Among those arrested were also a volunteer firefighter, a high school and football coach, and the director of operations for a large hospital network in North Texas, as reported by North Texas e-News.

The Frisco Police Department released a statement on the city’s official website concerning its participation in the multi-agency operation.


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“The Frisco Police Department recently participated in a multi-agency operation targeting the demand for prostitution, which resulted in 23 arrests in Frisco,” a statement on the city website read.

“On Thursday, January 12 and Friday, January 13, members of the Frisco Police Department joined other area agencies in Operation Demand Suppression. The operation focused on suppressing the demand for prostitution, and it was spearheaded by the Department of Homeland Security as part of their Blue Campaign.”

Sex trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of commercial act in exchange for something of value, or if the person performing the commercial sex act is under 18 years of age.

The Department of Homeland Security Investigations is a directorate of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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“Thwarting sex trafficking is one of our agency’s top priorities, one that every law enforcement office that has a role on the HSI Dallas led North Texas Trafficking Task Force takes very seriously,” said Lester R. Hayes Jr., a Homeland Security special agent in charge, according to North Texas e-News.

“By targeting those involved in this…


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