Sex trafficking victim recounts her story

A victim of abuse in Mexican town of Tenancingo tells Al Jazeera how she was tricked into prostitution.

    Investigators looking into a sex trafficking ring in New York City say it was run by pimps from a poor town in central Mexico.

    They say girls were sent to the US from Tenancingo, about 130km from Mexico City.

    One victim of the abuse recounted her story to Al Jazeera.

    Adam Raney reports from Mexico City.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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