Human Trafficking in Duson Louisiana USA : Brain Fingerprinting

A Lucky Teen Who Was Rescued from Human Trafficking

August 14, 2018 | Brainwave Science

SITUATION

Duson Police has arrested 27 year old man, who is suspected of human trafficking as at the moment of his arrest there was 16-year old from University City, Missouri. Authorities believe the teen was a victim of human trafficking.

The teen was found at the Super 8 motel off interstate 10 in Duson. “He was taken from St. Louis, across the country, to California, North Carolina, and they ended up here, in Duson Louisiana,” said Lt. James Hodges with Broussard Police

Duson Police say the unidentified 16-year-old black victim, was with a 27-year-old black male who is also a truck driver… they met on Tinder.

The boy had been reported missing since July 21 by his mother in University City, Missouri.

“They ended up here in Duson Louisiana because the person who had taken the juvenile was tired and needed to get some rest. at that time the juvenile found fit to go down to the front counter and ask that they call 9-1-1 for police assistance,” Hodges added.

When officers arrived, Duson police say the boy was traumatized but was transported to a local hospital, to be treated for what appeared to be human bites. The 27-year-old alleged trafficker was questioned by Duson police Thursday evening but was later released, because they couldn’t confirm whether or not the human trafficking crime occurred in Louisiana.

 

CHALLENGE

Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar worldwide criminal industry. Trafficking involves denying a person their freedom and benefiting from their exploitation. Traffickers use force, fraud or coercion when exploiting their victims.

The many forms of trafficking fall into two primary categories: forced labor and sexual exploitation. Sexually exploited victims are the largest percentage across the different forms of trafficking. The evolution of technology has created a non-traditional arena for traffickers to sexually exploit victims.

 According to the national human trafficking hotline, in 2017, 8,759 cases of human trafficking were reported to the hotline, representing over 10,000 individual victims, almost 5,000 potential traffickers. This was a 13 percent increase in cases compared to 2016.

WHY BRAIN FINGERPRINTING?

The Blue Campaign is the unified voice for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) efforts to combat human trafficking. Working in collaboration with law enforcement, government, non-governmental and private organizations, the Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring those who exploit human lives to justice. While technologies and social media pose an enormous risk to gullible underage kids being manipulated by criminals online, the advancements of technology can be used to save kids too. Brain Fingerprinting developed by Brainwave Science is a forensic security technology, uniquely suited for agencies looking to enhance or upgrade from traditional investigative practices. In any case where investigation has been carried out Brain Fingerprinting can help solve the problem. No evidence, no problem because one evidence is always there, the brain of the perpetrator. Unlike time-consuming interrogation techniques and recurring false tips from informants, Brain Fingerprinting guarantees a high success rate in generating quality leads at an unprecedented faster rate. The advanced system is rooted in cognitive psycho-physiology, measuring patterns of a specific brain response called P300.

The Brain Fingerprinting solution enables Federal investigators or Duson investigations officer  distinguish between innocents and suspects and to gather valuable information from an accurate source: the human brain. A 45 minutes test, with 99.9% proven accuracy can be obtained from the criminal’s brain.  In this case Duson Police in Louisiana can for suspicion of having committed a crime and being found with an underage child, with evidence of 911 calls placed by the child, who was reported missing can be subjected to a Brain Fingerprinting test.  Using investigation details such as name a picture of the child, location details of child’s home, places the child claims he was taken, reason for human bites on his body, types of tortures the accused used, threats etc. all details can be used as stimuli to conduct a Brain Fingerprinting test on 27 year old criminal. Brain Fingerprinting test is completely safe and non-invasive, it respects privacy and supports human rights. Once the test is completed the Duson Police will see the results with over 99.9% accuracy if the account presented by the criminal matches the account of the child and if so they can work alongside FBI to solve the case.

Using Brain Fingerprinting investigators can verify if the statements of suspects, victims, or witnesses are entirely correct and it can match testimonies with readily available competitive intelligence. Brain Fingerprinting offers a state-of-the-art automated cloud-based technology experience that law enforcement and national intelligence departments urgently needs.

Empowered with this virtually infallible and innovative security solution, Duson police can find new leads that will advance their investigations. Furthermore, the information obtained through a Brain Fingerprinting test enables authorities to reach new suspects, aiding their mission to dismantle the whole trafficking network of criminals working actively to seduce and exploit young minds. 

Main Source: KLFY.com

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