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NEWARK — Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in New Jersey have removed a Romanian man wanted in his home country on human trafficking and prostitution charges.

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The Super Bowl is seven months away, but already preparation in New Jersey has begun and that has some of New Jersey leadership bracing for business that may not be above board.

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In light of the recent raids in Cedar Grove, we, the people, need to become more aware of how pervasive human trafficking has become and how it differs from prostitution.

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Trenton – Taking action to prevent human trafficking and raise awareness of the issue, Governor Chris Christie today signed the bipartisan “Human Trafficking Prevention, Protection, and Treatment Act” to strengthen state law by increasing penalties for and providing resources to prevent human trafficking in New Jersey.
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MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants and Jets, is shown in August 2011 in East Rutherford, N.J. The stadium is hosting the 2014 Super Bowl, the kind of event that can increase human trafficking, say backers of new provisions meant to prevent such crimes.
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TRENTON – A man and a woman from Vietnam who entered the United States on student visas were indicted today for allegedly falsely reporting to authorities that relatives in New Jersey had engaged in human trafficking by forcing them to act as domestic servants and work in nail salons in Mercer County without pay, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
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There are between 12 million and 27 million human-trafficking victims worldwide. Victims are women and men, children and adults, American citizens and people born in other countries, all forced into modern-day slavery.

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NEW JERSEY (CBS) – Officials in the Garden State are stepping up their efforts to combat human trafficking.

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From 2000 to 2007, Omelyan Botsvynyuk ran an organization that smuggled about 30 young Ukrainians to the United States with promises of good jobs with free room and board.

The victims were flown from Germany and Poland to Mexico with tourist visas.

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TRENTON — Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa this morning issued a statewide directive for law enforcement to increase investigations and prosecutions of sex- and labor-related human trafficking in New Jersey.

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