As Snopes Claims to ‘Debunk’ Child Trafficking Camp, 160 Kids as Young as 3 Rescued in Georgia

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  1. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    Says some of the children were about 3 years old?

    Editor's Note: This is one of many reasons why an organization whose co-founder embezzled money, hires porn stars, prostitutes and dominatrixes simply can't be trusted when it comes to moral issues, nor fact checking.

    North Fulton County, GA — A massive sting operation carried out by the FBI in metro Atlanta captured dozens of child traffickers and rescued 160 children who had been forced into sex slavery by their captors. This news comes as Snopes and the other ostensible arbiters of truth distort information claiming that similar trafficking is taking place in Arizona.

    Illustrating the massive scope of the sting, called Operation Safe Summer, it was a collaborative effort between the FBI and 38 other law enforcement agencies from six metro counties.

    “They are crimes of special concern to the FBI and to law enforcement generally,” Special Agent in Charge Matt Alcoke told Channel 2. “Because the victims are so vulnerable as children and because the offenders could be from just about any walk of life, from a gang member all the way up to someone who is highly successful and wealthy.”

    In total, the sting ensnared 150 traffickers. Approximately 160 children, including some as young as 3-years-old were rescued. According to Alocke, the sting was specifically timed to catch these predators before summer started as the trade tends to prey on children when they are out of school.

    “It’s important for those of us who are responsible for the children, the parents, the guardians, the older siblings, to not let children fall away (from) those strongly centered circles of importance,” Alcoke said.

    This case illustrates how sinister and outright dangerous it is for the supposed arbiters of truth like Snopes, to immediately write off any allegations of child trafficking as “conspiracy theory” and fake news.

    “A lot of people don’t realize these things happen here,” department spokesman Howard Miller said. Indeed, they do not realize it, and the mainstream media often seems like they are in denial when it comes to the severity of child trafficking happening within the United States.

    This sting comes on the heels of a controversial topic out of Tuscon, Arizona in which a group of veterans claims to have discovered a child trafficking camp on property belonging to Cemex.

    Snopes attempted to debunk the story by claiming that the Free Thought Project said that the area was a child trafficking camp. However, we did not. We merely reported what the veterans group said as these allegations most assuredly deserved scrutiny. In our report, we noted that it could also be a homeless camp.

    However, because Snopes falsely accused this outlet of spreading fake news, the story has been scrubbed from Facebook and the thousands of users who shared the story—which could’ve helped to expose child trafficking—received a notification like the one below, warning them that they have shared something false.


    Snopes—whether deliberately or not—is actively engaging in censorship of content that could actually help children by engaging others and fostering discussion. Instead of allowing the discussion to continue, Snopes deliberately shut down the conversation, insuring that the very important topic of child trafficking is forced into the memory hole and never heard of again.

    As the above case illustrates, child trafficking is a horrifying reality. While Pizzagate scenarios may not be real, there are far worse incidents taking place across the country.

    It is no longer a secret that throughout all levels of the Hollywood establishment there is rampant sexual abuse. This abuse is also rampant throughout government. It has become such a problem that millions of your tax dollars are funneled to cover it up.

    Sadly, it appears, that the more monsters who get exposed for crimes against children, the more society—with the help of the mainstream media—become complacent about this reality.

    The idea that someone could easily dismiss the allegations of rampant child trafficking among America’s elite as a conspiracy theory is irresponsible at best, and complicit at worst.

    On multiple occasions, the Free Thought Project has reported interviews of former child sex trafficking victims who’ve all noted that they had nowhere to go as police and high-level politicians all took place in the abuse.

    In case after case, the Free Thought Project reports on horrifying instances of child sex rings that were allowed to go on for decades because politicians — including heads of states — policemen, clergy, and others were all in on the sick game.

    This can no longer go on. In an article after the Hollywood scandal blew up last year, The Huffington Post wrote that “Since Harvey Weinstein’s downfall, we as a society have apparently decided to try this radical new idea called ‘believing women.’”

    As Snopes Claims to ‘Debunk’ Child Trafficking Camp, 160 Kids as Young as 3 Rescued in Georgia
  2. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus actually believe the FBI Atlanta sting story? THE FBI DEEP STATE ORGANISATION??? Comey's commandos????
  3. SB21

    SB21 Monkey+++

    To be honest , I take everything I hear with a grain of salt. Most of it , I don't believe it , but I don't disbelieve it either. Nothing surprises me anymore.
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  4. OldDude49

    OldDude49 Just n old guy

    lets wait an see how this plays out? If I was punked... oh well...
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  5. apache235

    apache235 Monkey++

    Snopes has been discredited more than once. I don't believe anything they say.
  6. ochit

    ochit Monkey+

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  7. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Donald the Magnificent could also qualify as a candidate....perhaps they are secret co-owners. :p
  8. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    It's not a matter of being's a matter of due diligence, and avoiding the suspension of disbelief, when disbelief is arguably warranted;

    After doing some fact checking, the copied and pasted article in the OP turns out simply to be a hit piece by the Washington Standard, criticising Snopes for its method of debunking claims made by a spokesperson for a veterans' (vigilante) group,(and reported by the Washington Standard), that a site in Arizona had been used to traffic children.

    One might be convinced by the Washington Standard's reponse to Snopes's article, about the "alleged child trafficking site"investigation in Tucson Arizona, that the Tucson story was of equivalent value to the reports of the FBI's operations in Atlanta Georgia, Operation Safe Summer FBI Announces Results of Operation Safe Summer This simply not the case....

    Operation Safe Summer in Atlanta Georgia was a factual sustained sting operation by the FBI over a period of almost a month in May 2018, based on FBI intelligence gathering, and yielding verifiable results. The claims made by a veteran group, Veterans On Patrol (VOP) alleging the discovery of a child trafficking "bunker", were investigated by Department of Homeland Security ICE agents, and by local Tucson Police Department personnel. Both law enforcement agencies published statements indicating that there was no evidence found to substantiate the claims made (by VOP). No Evidence Bunker Was For Trafficking Kids: Tucson Investigators ICE confirms Tucson police statement; no evidence of human trafficking at homeless bunker

    The Washington Standard's article, in simple terms is a dummy spit. Thank you for bringing a whiny opinion piece from a biased right-wing digital rag to our attention.

    Although Snopes gets a lot of criticism from some of the conservative monkeys here at SM, it doesn't stop them from quoting Snopes in support of their own arguments when it suits.
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2018
  9. duane

    duane Monkey+++

    In my limited experience the real "child" trafficking is seldom highly organized and much more common than we really like to admit and is usually committed by an individual a few years older than the victim. I have seen it happen for at least 70 years and I do not expect it to change in the future and as our culture descends into a permissive multicultural swamp I expect it to increase. It usually involves some fast talking individual, often drugs , and always a dominance of the victim, and usually ends up with pregnancy and prostitution with drug addiction a side effect. Used to say they fell in with a bad crowd or had an addiction problem and then as now ignore the fact that the abusive boy friend, pimp, drug dealer, gang, etc, had that as a desired outcome. Free sex, the state supports the kids, and she brings home money for you. Get a "stable" of girls and you can live like a king. Oh my God, that's not a problem, that's a subculture and it is not politically correct to attack it as it might be presumed to be racist. Called "grooming" in England, and I haven't quite figured out the acceptable name for it in the US, though one subculture seemingly uses "bitches" to refer to their money making chattels. While the attention is focused on the "stings" I would be willing to bet that most of us have someone in our extended families who fell in with the wrong crowd and whose "partner" is either in jail, out of jail at the moment, or soon will be in jail, has multiple children and either does not pay for them or does not pay his child support, usually does not hold a job and often is in the drug industry or a low level criminal. In my case it involves both sides of the problem as it is no longer a lower class minority situation, it has spread to everyone, and the victim is now as likely to be the male as the female member of your family. In my limited experience it seems to be related to permissive parenting, multi cultural education, and the loss of stated morals, religious or other wise.
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  10. fedorthedog

    fedorthedog Monkey+++

    Dont confuse the rank and file guys with the political arm. Most of the street level guys I worked with were ok
  11. oil pan 4

    oil pan 4 Monkey+++

    It does seem the discussion on slavery is being sensored.
    Call it what it is, slavery. "Human trafficking" is just the more PC term they like to BS us with.
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