Washington D.C. police have urged young people to “stay home” in order to avoid becoming the latest victims of the elite pedophile sex trafficking epidemic that is plaguing the nation’s capital.
Missing children have become a hot topic in Washington D.C. this year after a spike in the number of teens and children going missing coincided with claims that an elite pedophile ring is operating in the city.
With the police and FBI increasingly viewed as either compromised or clueless, D.C. citizens have taken it upon themselves to form their own search committees to find the missing children.
On Wednesday, the Joe Clair Morning Show talked with Chanel Dickerson, the new commander of the Washington D.C. Police Youth & Family Services Division, about why so many teens and children are missing and how young people can protect themselves from D.C. predators.
“What preventative measures can young people take, specifically so they don’t become a victim of human trafficking?” Joe Clair asked.
The D.C. policewoman’s response hinted at the seriousness of the human trafficking epidemic in the nation’s capital:
“Stay home, it’s as simple as that. If they stay home, it reduces the risk. I’m not saying that’s the fix-all but that’s where we have to start. We have to start small, this is a problem and it’ll take a community effort, but we have to start small,” Chanel Dickerson said…