by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
As the Super Bowl approaches this weekend, people concerned about human trafficking hope to draw attention to the crime. Media reports often trumpet links between the nation’s most-hyped football game and instances of trafficking.
The Campbell Law Federalist Society highlighted the issue Wednesday with a panel discussion. Moderated by N.C. Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, the discussion spelled out basic details of human trafficking and described the legal community’s efforts to fight the problem in North Carolina.
Click play below to watch the panel discussion, featuring (from left on screen) SBI Special Agent Elena Jones, Cary Police Detective Matt Pearson, JusticeMatters Executive Director Libby Coles, Wake County Assistant District Attorney Boz Zellinger, and Regent University Law School Assistant Professor Tessa Dysart.