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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mark P. Lagon
Despite a global crackdown on human traffickers and a pledge by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton that stopping this type of "modern slavery" was a top priority, foreign diplomats in the United States remain immune from punishment when they abuse members of their household staffs.
"Diplomatic immunity must not become diplomatic impunity," Mr. Lagon said.