Going beyond Epstein: Sex trafficking survivor spotlights plight of victims nationwide
Mike Papantonio sits down with author and attorney Carissa Phelps to talk about the implications the latest Jeffrey Epstein case has on conversations about sex slavery nationwide. She is herself a survivor of human trafficking from a young age and has spent her career bringing grim realities behind the revolting practice to the forefront. She previously shared her story of survivorship in ‘Carissa,’ a 2008 documentary written and directed by David Sauvage, executive produced by Davis Guggenheim.
Then, Trial Magazine’s editor Farron Cousins breaks down the nightmare Jeffrey Epstein is facing in court with regard to his request for bail and house arrest. Investigators have found his exorbitant assets to include mounds of diamonds, heaps of cash, and a falsified passport, but have Epstein’s gratuitous access to finances finally met their bitter end in a court of law?
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