human traffcking Essay

Submitted By Ashley-E
Words: 997
Pages: 4

Ashley EilandCMS 205.___ October 17, 2013
Title: The effects of Human Trafficking
INTRODUCTION
Attention-Getter –The unjustified trade and enslavement of human beings in the 21st century confirms that the greatest ethical challenge facing the globe today is human trafficking.
Thesis and Purpose Statements – Human Trafficking rides over human dignity, corrupts public life through harboring corruption and draws huge profits that are channeled in international networks of organized crimes.
Credibility Statement – I’ve prepared myself inform you on this shameful subject , because I’ve researched three couple websites, read 2 article and have watched live events on Human Trafficking in the United States.
W.I.I.F.M. Statement – You should pay close attention to the information On Human Trafficking because, Human Trafficking exposes thousands of multiple people each year, from countries all around the world and their offenders need to be severely prosecuted.
Preview of all 3-Main Points
Human Trafficking is the illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.
The victims of Human Trafficking are being exposed to drugs, and STD’s, causing some to be deceased
Human Traffickers, are increasing their profit and making too much money for a bad cause.
BODY
Human Trafficking is the illegal movement of people, typically for purpose of forced labor or sex exploitation.
According to a book written in the October 2014 entitled “Smuggling and Trafficking in Human Beings” by author Sheldon Zhang, all illegal migrants must rely on their handlers to move across borders, they are vulnerable to the unprincipled who take advantage of the weak and the desperate. (ref.5)
1. I will state where they are capturing victims, and transporting them to.
2. I will show you an illustration of how the victims are being transported and some conditions they go through while being transported. (ppt.1)(ppt.2)

B. Let’s take a look at latest rating for human trafficking in the United States.
1There are few statistics on the prevalence rates of adults involved in domestic trafficking; however, statistics for juveniles indicate that there are as many as 325,000 children at risk in the United States to be sexually exploited by human traffickers (Estes & Weiner, 2001)
2. I will show examples of how human traffickers target their victims
. (ppt. 3)
The victims of Human Trafficking are being exposed to drugs, and STD’s, causing some to be deceased.
A. Victims of human trafficking are being exposed to injections by arm of drugs such as meth, cocaine, and heroine (ref.3)
1. Victims are exposed to drugs normally starting off as young as 13 years old.
2. Victims may misinterpret the lifestyle as glamorous at first, but soon come to find that they are unable to escape their situation
(When the victims are introduced to strong drugs, their life tunnels down a path which turns a drug into an addiction. Let’s look at the next point. )
B. An estimated 30,000 victims of sex trafficking die each year from abuse, disease, torture, and neglect. Eighty percent of those sold into sexual slavery are under 24, and some are as young as six years old.
1. Pregnancy, resulting from rape or prostitution
2. Sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, pelvic pain, rectal trauma and urinary difficulties from working in the sex industry
Human Traffickers, are increasing their profit and making too much money for a bad cause.
A. According to a 2009 Washington Times article, the Taliban buys children as young as seven years old to act as suicide bombers. The price for child suicide bombers is between $7,000-$14,000.
1. It reportedly generates a profit of $32 billion every year. Of that number, $15.5 billion is made in industrialized countries.
2. Resourceful and…