Feds cobbled criminal cases together in missing children operation, creating false perception

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      Public announcements about the operation, vague on details but full of loaded terms, led to weeks of social media misinformation about the breakup of a massive child sex trafficking ring in Georgia. “39 kids were just recovered from traffickers in Georgia,” went a common Twitter trope. Shareef faces two misdemeanor charges related to the raid, […]
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