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you know when the ellery was created the team. they were created based on a traditional british infantry structure they had you know cominius as the commander he had a deputy commander. and then his officer corps even in army have an officer corps and chief of staff and that was that officer corps called control alter that was the name that was given to an end within underneath control to then you have the brigades of the times and brigades. and within the control alter caesar challenge was the director of intelligence he's been with the other a very long time you know since the beginning of the ellery unlike most of the other a who were forcibly recruited he. need join the voluntarily and he rose up quite quickly. so he was part of that the high
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command. isn't easy to come back into the community i mean everybody knows you all form a comando if they're. not. just not. so you may really. there were those who have the duck they. have to have been had already been taken in i swear before me. my entire village. i had it down cannot. and now mobile those were digging up the duct tape either before or after.
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in the bush. of course. one. or both of the been taken into captivity and. there. was a look. in when we seen. done would have been to be a town no. these are the children taken captive. there were deaths once we were lazy in ca.
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i was still asleep when the rebels came. they tied me up and their leader started to beat me. first they cut off my ears then my nose and then my lips. i cried. and they grabbed one of my hands and started cutting off my fingers. and then they took the other hand. there. because i begged them to at least leave me with one hand and they're like yeah. yeah it's make it look good but they said no. stamp.
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never heard of that hole. when they're going into the store the kids. are in there and he is it is very. kind of make their way to the people. who could just maybe she'll take one for me here. i don't believe this will. be one of their just one minor. if you really. need. good conduct. myself. mostly it's.
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let's take an example so they go into a school they have ducked 100 kids. maybe some of those kids will kill the teacher and kill some other parts of the community and then the time they have done that then they go out as their as are going along to the rendezvous point where they're going to meet the other group and start redistributing the kids some of those kids for then they can already start using them as practice so they'll have another kid kill that kid and so that they start with 100 by the time you get to the rendezvous point you might have 70 or something 30 of them might have died along the way. i think they they used as the pinger you sleepy you know anything if they're sleeping in the they get they get killed or something but anyways so by the time the 70 get there that they're already there's already been a vetting process they're already a little bit stronger than those 30 that day or a little bit lucky but usually they're stronger and then over time. that that
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number reduces they get there too slow they don't kill fast enough they they cry kill kill kill kill kill and so finally at the end you get the you know like 5 or 10 that are left and those are the the strongest that the physically the strongest and the most adept at killing because some people are good at it some people do you know some develop an appetite for that. and so that's how the other a function so they go through this darwinian survivalist selection process where only the strongest and the fiercest survive. if somebody will not go. according to the leadership
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from a british prisoners were of course education. executed a number of people. of course committed such kind of. rude mistakes. those were going to wrong. executed. and. there was a woman my commander who is what i always used to carry asked the woman for money she said she didn't have any. my commander ransacked the grain array and found her money when he took the money and left me there to kill her. first i stabbed her in the heart then in the head she only screamed once. then my commander said ok she's dead let's go now and the woman had her 2 children there. and she.
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demanded the children see you kill her don't you know the older boy was interrogated by my commander under a tree and the other boy was too young to understand he was still very small. he sat by the door and watched me the whole time d.d. thanking him. for her people tried to escape them and failed. some of them. were. going to bark and give in on as we. could even be and they have done it for. others would be pure and good british. punishment. are a little boring looking there was a boy and a girl who they ran away who now. believe in what we
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call them again. the gunman knew even when they tied the boy on food. and gave the girl a machete and long. long. they told her to choke the boy to pieces. who didn't come. she started cutting her but she was too weak to. look at it by then she said that the older kids should come the big ones when they came and they started cutting in different places. they were cutting and cutting that. went on they told us again not done well look. the same will happen to you if you try to flee to. the other and they threaten to kill us all on one of our families. i was shaking with fear.
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and now we knew that the girl to carry the head of the boy knew one me they said they'd kill her if she got the hand of god she had to throw the head up in the air and catch it 4 times. they said they'd cut into pieces if she dropped the head. last so she threw the head in quoted. again and again. yes and like this. gun salute young and links us. no one ever feeds the birdie. how can you feel
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a gruesome birth. their production done it to you i tell you and you knew us or we don't even feel good of you of being abducted. and the one who refused it was true and those who were dead no one felt good to book. so you've been one of the last of the group. here i. see right. here many of you can teach. and a kind of luck team does it explain. at least lifted to me the folks at any level. probably to shoot. in there with.
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the thing the. thing can. be coming. week. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah. ah ah. in slave paper saving the most awful existence in sight we support n.g.o.s on the
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ground because they do great work and they save lives a life for the time. but then he made that promise to a little and that state authorities both come together say. ending modern day slavery will be great for us tonight. and the great fred economy will be cried for people and it will be cried from global credibility that's how do we do it and that's when i don't see if you can train even a strategy that i want to see implementation plan with a budget so they say yes or no. and out of that collectively state by state becomes. the budget to end slavery in india. and then put the other 19 to 20 other really serious slaves suffering countries. their budgets in slavery in their country put together. then becomes
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a toll on number to end slavery in the world. and that's where i'm heading that's where everyone around me government supporters n.g.o.s and that's where we'll. show you a clue. play . rope you're a little bit. like that look look look look and feel comforted and overcome with. the love of god not worked out my son had to work as a slave in the big factory my slave i beat him. but i never paid him and constantly beat him about it. i'm going to quit but maybe
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28 other people working as slaves together with my son. i feel. we still like to work for you i didn't feel you share with me very articulate was this a torture that was used by the people against the ladies against there's some truth against it. you know how like now the police we were maltreated the entire time background one of these might run into with the money if anybody knew the not so much the owner of the brick factory gave his no money and no food. we asked for
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money to buy some food with a monkey or if a child needed medicine because they were ill but somebody just beat us and say your parents borrowed money from me and never paid it back and i know there were a few women are right about you know any attractive women were ripe by the owner of all the gods of god if i thought my husband or a lot of problems on were forced to work. but if we didn't want to work the factory owner threatened to throw us into the furnace. to. whoa whoa whoa. whoa. whoa whoa whoa. whoa. did you try to talk to the slaver when you realized you weren't getting paid i mean where. we were thinking about it. of some minor worker tried to talk to the owner.
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it felt like they killed him but that one of them and let them know you did mine and. a. whole lot less than a. set of values that had 2 months later i found the courage to secretly go to the office of a human rights organization. though some allow low so i told them everything. the feeling of. motherhood india and i said to them. something if you don't for us i'm sure we'll all be killed that's with both of my lovely. january 26th we were freed from slavery and it's like i was there in the police storm the brickworks. everybody here has been freed from. this. oh yes all of us just. wish it would be this is.
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just to look like a model of the people who work here get paid now a little put a little money is put aside for call on medication work in case the children fall ill. but in the future we want to free more people and find work for them to. get up there some of. the boys were thinking about opening another british factory the we wouldn't pay a fixed salary with a it depends on what we earn. a little uneasy with that we share the money among the families. but and everybody's in agreement without looking but at the so bought the give me book. that. i never did like that about.
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him. one night or. one of the letters are you or anything you know you're asking me for your future. if you want to learn to to choose. one more one. more. good morning well i'm john. i'm here today just off road as master of ceremonies so to speak friend avenger far as i've known him for quite some time and had a great deal of respect for he's attempting to achieve with the global slavery in dos earlier today is privileged people fortunate to achieve to succeed in life
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because of the opportunities we've been given as in that they were always offered to a patrol a broad human emotion but nothing really compares to the reality of the lives reflected in the reports being published today 44800000 people. living across every single country in the world. by slavery those in germany last. week if. so ladies and gentlemen thank you 1st. really familiar brothers and sisters you're in a family of battle a war we're going to win a war where we're not going to eat. this battlefield in britain. ecuador spain. china india is biggest and wherever it is. we're not going to leave this field of life this good still upon us. it's not the
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numbers which really matter here it's because the most valuable of resources in the world. as a people the spark started for me. for the little 15 year old girl who went to nepal she's actually my hero if you've been bears to think that she. spoke up 78 years ago. and said dad. i think i know about some child trafficking. and after she explained. i've been started to look at the prince of child trafficking child sex trafficking around the world. and that of course. looking for forced labor. and then to the conversation with rights and conversations all of the world actually enough is enough the final emancipation of our generation.
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well i mean i decided that i wanted to understand how exactly and human trafficking was happening what i did was a full trails of all the cartels and then. i found victims for example of victim for minutes while other was sold into a brothel in mexico. a victim from the us that was sold into a brothel to sign japan so i interviewed them i went back to the country where they were caught and i followed the trains of everything they told me so i spent 5 years following around the world visited 135 countries and i had to train for
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a year how to do pull dancing and how to dress up a surprise to go into certain places all over central america and and in mexico on in other countries and then i dress anon because in some areas the only plays the only people that can go into these areas in mexico city were they are exploiting girls little girls in prostitution some 4 years old to 1010 or 11 years old the only people that can cundall when and get out of life are nuns. i started investigating child pornography years ago it's a story about 200 children dead documents that were. bought and caught by is businessman very famous businessman in cancun this man was . what's getting this children gone the way children 2345 year old girls
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and boys to be sexually exploited in his hotel by their reach people by businessman politicians senators governors. and one of the girls. staked a network and she told me the story so i will do build the body and no. this guy came into my office he made you know an appointment and he came to my office and started talking and telling me that the senator wanted me to get out of this business. so it was she said she said $1000000.00 for me. i told him to get out of my office and everything would just laughing at me and saying then if you don't want the money then you will get the it on the guts she will get killed and he wasn't wrong people i mean they get they didn't win care as such mobsters if they didn't care that we had witnesses to all that so then months later day i was driving on my office and i had the federal guards that were waiting
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for me. and and then all the stars like close to 61 car on this side one call on the other side and there were 2 lot of cars that were closing in to me and then 2 gunmen came out and one of them put it on you know that's my body and she said tell your couple body guards not to move or not to get the consols all the west everybody is going to dies so i told them you know long move don't move and they could mean a car and they could not. the 20 hours the torture me.
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when they took me away people in my office knew that i was in danger so i told my team like months before i published the book i told them listen they want to kill me i'm going to this is for 10 just so if something happens to me whatever it is they kill me if they can't me whatever you have to do do so i give them a long list of people to call immediately as they took me they started doing that they called everyone and that saved my life because these guys keep saying that they were going to kill me and one point they stopped in the middle of the way and they took me by the hair and they put me in front of the ocean and they said they want to drop me in the water. and then also some they got this phone call and it was the governor of play of law telling them not to kill him that she said you have to bring her life and that happened because of all these people you know call the governor and people said you know it's she doesn't come alive we
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know what's you the one who are the police meant go get her then you will pay for it. and then i place the case against them in the supreme court and when that all being able to get to the chief of this mafia of human tough because johnson got. a 1st time in the sentencing in latin america also 113 years for child pornography which is a 1st ever. so it was worth. it was really hard and i went to therapy for a long long time to get over it you know about 9 months and it's you know the. doctor and everything but it was it was what i mean 200. 3 someone that worked in the bosses in jail this is from jail.
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let me ask you something personal. if you have kids. in ward 8 i mean. words are bringing in my absence of anybody to be doctors. who were born in 1990. she living going to bed tonight.
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and their kids. for 2. when they're wrong 1415 years you've been. in the bus in the jungle in that yes. or yes where were the woman coming. good or she. how did you meet them the time of. it was on the instruction. to her. according to him. pays. the corn to grow the sheesh. he put it. so what you should earn or not been to uganda. for a number of recent years is restricted to be fool. for museums treasure. he look i
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look at the snow and i stayed with that in the. sun you know i was 11 years old. the rebel leader khomeini gave us to a man. this man came at night and threatened us. he said we should have sex with him or he would kill us. a call on the man started with me. for what. he wanted me most of
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all. we cried and screamed. but nobody helped us. what happened to women girls who were thieves. well. some of them. were to be executed. there was a logistics section within the ellery allocated food like you would you would go in abducted food you'd go in a good seed going to women children would bring them and the same guy that
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distributed sugar or race was the same guy that distributed the wives and once the allocators wives they can rape them. so the higher ranking got better the more wives you got. but they had to be allocated to you. and then from there you you can you can have sexual relations with them and. then you produce children so the children produced in that process the bush babies. they don't they don't have any family back home there or have any knowledge of what normal life. so. that's because he's relying on that some bush. they have no family in uganda they have no idea of what normal life is and he's raised those guys up to senior
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position because of bush they you know he's been around for more than 20 years you know 25 years to some of these bush babies especially the ones that were born you know earlier i like in their twenty's and they're all they know it's funny all they know is the bush.
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yeah i mean amnesty the blanket amnesty i think started in 2008 and then but that was and at that time there was a lot of different rebel groups to than just other ng and so that was a way of of uganda of uganda you know try trying to get these guys to come back. and you know be integrated back in the army being to get back in his normal life and to stop the rebellion so this is a counterinsurgency tool as a way of also reckons the national reconciliation. and that's been renewed renewed renewed renewed renewed. renewed until today. and it's
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a blanket amnesty so and blanket is unconditional amnesty. i know the guns of been trying to prosecute one or 2 of the guys that have come back but until now they have been successful because a court has an accepted it. so until parliament changes the law then they think can't prosecute anybody who received amnesty true so you are a free man all not. your own for according to our. religion. not marriage. marriage because the government. does. this to you.
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but how to do community. look at the different. yes or. really kind of lake. or partially who had been granted amnesty. or have. and going to pressure deep into i don't say . you know mean. different you're less pressure. you're going to meet somebody and then be an h. n. do do we have to you could explain all in a book. to you.
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what do you think today about it that the group has kidnapped 1000 kids. who seem we're tasting cupboards. and be. difficult to explain but. the $1000.00 or so one of which it went out without one of the $1100.00 is it who keeps that where. the u.n. said it's over 20 years around $100.00 thousands and yes. let's talk of that's a figure. on 2 3rd and kids there are over 20 yes dean said he said he'd been here. they were victims. those kids call those. you have victims.
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abduction committed to. on a later day when forced. in face to. face usually i know what you're doing well. i know. people of course and i sent it. and abductions from children. that why we're the abducted in that number but. then number one other me like one of. the number can or grew up with that much. cord would be something much of a. 100 so 50000 do you think unless they're. less time to.
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