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Helping victims of human trafficking
We continue our series on human trafficking.
Identifying victims of this crime can be difficult. But as Amy Allen tells us, there are signs we can watch out for.
Allen is a victim and witness specialist from Homeland Security Investigations. She is stationed in Michigan and travels locally and abroad to help victims of human trafficking.