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Topic - Michael Gottlieb
Prosecutions are essential in combating the horrific sex-trafficking industry, and a recent case just made the complicated process a whole lot harder. With criminal networks involving numerous countries, thousands of individuals and countless resources, prosecutions must untangle a complex web while balancing aggressive detective work and undercover investigations.
Mr. Gottlieb told us: "The government's denial of asylum in this case sends a troubling message to would-be witnesses and informants, the very people who help defend us from our enemies. But its decision to withhold security from this witness' wife and small children - whose attacker the government would put in prison if it could only catch him - is really frightening."