Press Release (ePRNews.com) - New York, NY - Aug 09, 2016 - On the heels of the sensational Alan Dershowitz defamation settlement case, comes Conchita Sarnoff‘s book, “TrafficKing.” The author, executive director of The Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking, a Washington D.C. non-profit that raises awareness of human trafficking, exposes the underbelly of human trafficking and the powers that try to cover up the truth, from Harvard University to The White House. “TrafficKing” is the first book written about the Jeffrey E. Epstein human trafficking story. The notorious pedophile, Wall Street billionaire and registered level-3 sex offender, allegedly trafficked more than two-dozen underage girls for sex.
Facts never before published in media reports expose one of the most sordid human rights violation stories in the history of the United States and the longest running human trafficking case in U.S. legal history. The implications revealed in “TrafficKing” go beyond the courtroom to show how a billionaire pedophile wielded money, influence and power to avert federal prison and a twenty-year sentence. In the process, Epstein “assaulted” the prosecution and implicated powerful politicians, academicians and other world leaders including a British Prince, HRH Prince Andrew Sixth in Line to The British Throne.
“Conchita Sarnoff has defied the mainstream media’s fear of tackling one of the worst crimes that continues to haunt our era—slavery. By courageously showing the nefarious world of modern slavery, and the super-rich who can ensure they reap its rewards, she is surely challenging us to question how we can allow ‘TrafficKing’ to continue.”
With the help of Epstein’s superstar attorneys including: Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz, former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr, Gerald Lefcourt, Jay Lefkowitz, Martin Weinberg, Roy Black and others, Epstein corrupted a system that should be incorruptible. “TrafficKing,” is the first comprehensive book written by an author who despite offers to stay silent risked her life to expose the brutal realities of the underbelly of human trafficking.
“TrafficKing” is profound, informative, and shocking and proves beyond a doubt the urgency facing the Department of Justice to enforce the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) when prosecuting human trafficking cases. TVPA was enacted as federal law in 2000. “TrafficKing” a noteworthy story, reveals an important message: long after the Epstein related cases are resolved this case will find its place in the archives of human rights, U.S. legal history and the child sex trafficking trade in Twenty First Century America. It is a must read for every law enforcement official, abolitionist, defender of human rights and protector of children rights in the world.
Reviews for TrafficKing
“Conchita Sarnoff broke and owned the Epstein story on the Beast in 201. No one knows more on this story.” Tina Brown, author The Diana Chronicles and founder, Women in the World
“Conchita Sarnoff has defied the mainstream media’s fear of tackling one of the worst crimes that continues to haunt our era—slavery. By courageously showing the nefarious world of modern slavery, and the super-rich who can ensure they reap its rewards, she is surely challenging us to question how we can allow ‘TrafficKing‘ to continue.” Sean Stone, Producer Buzz Saw
“A gripping story of human slavery; sex trafficking, greed and corruption at the highest levels of government! From Wall Street to Washington and back!” Charles (Chuck) Gomez, Emmy Award winning investigative journalist, former NBC and CBS News Correspondent.
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