BY BOB HOLT
During all of the festivities that take place over a Super Bowl weekend, a serious activity is often overlooked.
That would be sex trafficking. High profile events are said to increase the demand for child prostitution, according to the executive director of a victims of sex trafficking support group.
Judy Harris Kluger of Santucary For Families said police need to do a better job of targeting the individuals who pay for sex with young girls. “Demand is what fuels the industry,” Kluger said, according to NJ.com. “If you cut off demand, then there won’t be reason for the individuals to be taken advantage."