The FBI rescued 105 teenagers over the weekend who were forced into prostitution in the largest child sex trafficking sting in U.S. history, which encompassed 76 cities, the agency said Monday.
The youngest child rescued was 13 years old, the FBI said.
The raids resulted in the arrests of 150 'pimps' involved in the sexual exploitation of both adults and children, said Ronald Hosko, assistant director of the FBI’s criminal investigative division. | Mail Online
The FBI just concluded a news conference, in which they announced that 105 children have been rescued from a child sex trafficking scheme that spanned 76 U.S. cities and have landed over 150 people in cuffs. Here's the FBI's press release:
The youngest of the rescued children was 9 years old, according to Reuters.