Human trafficking connects Super Bowl, southern border


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A city becomes a prime location for human trafficking when it hosts the Super Bowl, a busy and heavily attended event. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit for the National Football League' big game. This makes it easier for traffickers to hide the movement and sale of their human wares.

Super Bowl LVII, set for Sunday in Las Vegas, presents greater than normal obstacles for law enforcement targeting human traffickers.