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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Bernard Hogan-Howe
Following a Vatican conference on human trafficking, Cardinal Vincent Nichols lamented the millions of victims and spoke of initiatives that provide an opportunity for them to come forward.
London's Metropolitan Police chief says his officers cannot interfere in the private lives of the royal family, not even to prevent Prince Harry from going bare at a Las Vegas party.
Hogan-Howe noted that a key goal is to find more practical ways for police to work together in different countries, and to have more people come forward for help.
Describing how 99 percent of persons rescued from trafficking "want to go home and can't," Hogan-Howe said that "we enable that to happen…we help them through the court process.