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"Epidemic: America's Trade in Child Rape"

This book is a wake-up call about a subject too few people want to discuss. That is, while no one was watching, America has become a child pornography nation.
The problem of child sex abuse and its cover-up is real. A generation of American children are being destroyed. If everyone thinks that this happens to someone else’s children and their children are safe, they are mistaken.
Their children might be enduring sexual abuse right now while they remain dangerously ignorant. America’s appetite for child pornography puts all children at risk. Whether acknowledged or not, this is a very real epidemic.
About the Author: 
Dr. Lori Handrahan has over twenty years of humanitarian and human rights work in Central Asia, Africa and the Balkans. Her focus is gender-based violence, conflict/post-conflict environments, UN reform, and ending child sex abuse. Dr. Handrahan completed her Ph.D. at London School of Economics. Her work is published widely from academic journals to The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post, The Washington Times, Forbes, The National Journal, The Daily Beast, and Fox News. She has been a guest on CNN, Fox News, CTV, and CCTV.

Author available for limited interviews, please contact Julia Cox 541-285-0696 or selinacox29(at)icloud(dot)com
Praises and support for Lori Handrahan's dedicated work in putting this book together:
"I view Dr. Handrahan’s efforts to pull together the data surrounding child pornography and child sexual abuse that was scattered, until this book came out, as a seminal document from which I hope Congressional hearings, corporate action, and greater parental awareness will come. Through the data and information amassed in Epidemic, it is no longer possible to equate child sexual abuse, pornography, and exploitation as the acts of a few raincoat wearing men or sophisticated entertainment, but the most hateful and evil conduct imaginable." —J. Robert Flores, National Law Center for Children and Families, Vice President and Senior Counsel, 1997 - 2001 Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, United States Department of Justice, Administrator, 2002 - 2009 Coordinating Counsel on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Vice Chairman Congressional Child Online Protection Act Commission , Commissioner, 1998 - 2000 Deputy Chief, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Criminal Division, Senior Trial Counsel, 1989 - 2007
"Finally, someone with the strength and courage to expose the epidemic that is destroying our country. Child sexual abuse, in all its forms, is not and never has been just a family’s dirty little secret. It has been under our collective noses all along and we have ignored the stench. Dr. Lori Handrahan’s thorough research deftly illustrates how money, sex, and the exploitation of our children have fueled a fire that is ravaging our nation, our world. Epidemic: America’s Trade in Child Rape answers questions that no one dares to ask and identifies abusers whom we don’t want to admit exist." —Sgt. Stephen J. Pickering, Maine State Police (retired)

New Title from TrineDay, to be released on Oct 20th - Epidemic: America's Trade in Child Rape WALTERVILLE, OR (PRWEB) 

The illegal trade in children being raped and violently abused is at “a level of epidemic proportions according to an internal Canadian government memo obtained last summer by The Canadian Press.
It was the fourth major statement by North American senior government staff warning of a crisis that too few in the media seem prepared to recognize much less report on.
— In 2015, FBI Assistant Director Joseph Campbell announced, in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), there is an epidemic of child sex trafficking and pedophilia sweeping America.
— At a June press conference, Special Agent John Reynolds with U.S. Department of Homeland Security said “the incidence of child sexual exploitation has reached staggering proportions.”
— Last May, then director of the Pentagon’s Defense Security Service, Daniel Payne told reporters the “amount of child porn” on government computers is just “unbelievable.”
As leading child pornography researcher, I asked for clarification from Payne’s office and was told, “Director Payne was speaking from his 34 years of experience in the field of counterintelligence and security, and involvement in the Inspector General community. His remarks were not Agency specific; rather, he was speaking in terms of the government as a whole.”
In 2015, the U.S. State Department’s Director of Counter-terrorism, Daniel Rosen, was arrested for computer solicit of a child under 15 years old for sex/sodomy. Journalists reported this was the3rd U.S. Official Hit With Child Sex and Porn Charges when, in fact, far more than three U.S. government employees had been arrested on child sex abuse-related charges.
The United States may be producing and distributing an estimated half of the world’s child rape and torture videos and images. According to Europol, the Europe-wide police investigative agency, half of all servers distributing child sex abuse are located in the U.S.
In the first quarter of 2014 alone, there were some 2,048 sites in the U.S. trading in child rape and torture. In 2015, Europol reported that U.S. child sex abuse sites increased from 516 to 2,617 — far greater than any other country.
None of this was covered by U.S. media outlets.
In 2014, the Australian Communications and Media Authority reported a 500 percent increase, in one reporting year, of child sex abuse images/videos, of which 64 percent were hosted on USA-based internet servers. Australian authorities estimated 80,000 children had been trafficked for rape and torture to produce these images/videos and said the majority were girls under 13 years old.
Again, this was all but ignored by North American media outlets.
Why does it seem so difficult for journalists report on the full scale of child rape and torture occurring to thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of children in North America?
The Boston Globe won recognition with the award-winning film Spotlight, depicting how Globe reporters investigated the systematic child rape and its cover-up by Catholic Church. Yet while journalists heaped praise on the Globe, the media has simultaneously ignored bomb-shell statements from top government officials about “epidemic” and “unbelievable” child rape and torture, often called child pornography, that is washing over North America.
The current crisis in the brutal abuse and rape of children, often of very young children including infants and toddlers, is destroying an entire generation of children. It has all but been ignored by the media. Journalists and editors must start connecting the dots and reporting on the wider context of child sex abuse in North America, rather than one-off reports of individual arrests.
All of our futures depends on better journalism focused on this staggering epidemic destroying so many of our children.
Dr. Lori Handrahan is a leading expert on child pornography in America. She has created a start-up building the first database of child pornography arrests at www.data4justice. She can be reached on her website:

Child porn crisis has reached ‘epidemic proportions’ in North America Lori Handrahan Mar 17, 2017

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