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BBC sting catches Filipino mothers selling own kids for sex (video)

A horrifying video, produced through a BBC sting operation, has shaken viewers to the core. It shows two Filipino sisters trying to sell kids off for sex while a hidden camera catches them in the act.  The sisters had thirteen children under their care, the youngest as young as two months old. Ten of the children where related to them by birth, reports Unilad.  The children were taken to the homes of the ‘clients’ who contacted the women and services and prices were discussed therein.

A horrifying video, produced through a BBC sting operation, has shaken viewers to the core. It shows two Filipino sisters trying to sell kids off for sex while a hidden camera catches them in the act.

The sisters had thirteen children under their care, the youngest as young as two months old. Ten of the children where related to them by birth, reports Unilad.

The children were taken to the homes of the ‘clients’ who contacted the women and services and prices were discussed therein. 

Paedophiles and other perverted individuals were free to partake in whatever heinous acts they wanted to commit to the children as long as they could shell out enough money – the women even did not think twice about leaving the children alone under the care of such individuals.

During the sting, the women rattled out the names of girls who are adept at sex work to the undercover agent, while they bargained with him.

As they were about to leave, Homeland Security swarmed in the room and took the shell-shocked women into custody. The children have been placed under the care of social workers.

Even though the police had been waiting for two years to trap them with enough evidence to guarantee conviction, none of the agents found it in their hearts to celebrate – the cost of innocent lives behind the two year delay was too painful.

Filipino mothers selling own kids for sex (video)
 

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