The Klein Frank Foundation is requesting your participation in its January 11, 2019 Western Colorado Anti-Trafficking Conference. We are seeking speakers to educate law enforcement, educators, healthcare providers and the community on the 3P’s of Anti-Human Trafficking
Yesterday a dream of Beth Klein’s came true, BackPage.com died. The on-line brothel – which has trafficked more than 80% of all victims and where hundreds of missing children were sold – was removed from the web. It happened after a Senate subcommittee released its report and just before a scheduled hearing during which internal … Continue reading The Death of BackPage.com
From Tom Jackman of the Washington Post Jan. 30, 2018: “Though the scourge of child sex trafficking may seem like an intractable problem, a program designed by a state trooper in Texas has shown real results: hundreds of children rescued, and hundreds of pimps and kidnappers arrested, by patrol officers on mostly routine traffic stops, … Continue reading Be The One!
Let the charges and civil suits begin! Seven people have been indicted on 93 counts of several different crimes related to the classifieds website, Backpage.com. The crimes include money laundering and running a website to facilitate prostitution. The FBI confirmed Friday that agents raided the Sedona home of Michael Lacey, the founder of Backpage.com. The website has … Continue reading Coming for Backpage!
The Empowerment Project was a film made by an all woman team. Beth Klein Attorney was fortunate enough to be part of the project. The film can be watched on Indieflix, and the Good Morning America segment about the film can be seen here: Beth Klein Attorney Empowerment Project
Oxfam, one of the world’s most prominent relief agencies, could lose its funding from the British government over reports that its workers exploited survivors of a massive earthquake in Haiti, and possibly other disasters, for sex. It is a “complete betrayal of both the people Oxfam were there to help and also the people that sent them there to do that job,” … Continue reading Charitable Betrayals