Is Human Trafficking Necessary for Mission Success?
Posted on September 15, 2014 | By Michael Schindler
Let me first set the stage before I share what I’m about to share – in order to complete most large scale missions, it takes many hands to do so. Not only are the men and women who serve in uniform necessary, but so are countless “behind the scenes” civilians. What is traditionally not asked is how those civilians became a part of the mission.
In my years in the service, I never once considered asking. In my recent years on installations, I’ve never really even given this topic much thought – the topic? Could U.S. taxpayers be paying for human trafficking in order to staff positions necessary to complete the mission? Continue reading