This is an email we received the day after the cook out. A small glimpse of how God is always working.
I really want to know what happened last night across the world as the masses were praying on our soccer field……I am aware I can’t know the magnitude of God’s power….
I did a Google News search and found these two items…….I am sure there is so much more that we may never know….
|Over 200 victims of human trafficking rescued in Angeles City
Updated September 16, 2010 09:09 PM
MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) — Joint operatives from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) rescued 268 women, including 15 minors, who were alleged victims of trafficking, from 10 establishments in Angeles City today, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said.
At a press briefing, De Lima said she received the initial report from Department of Justice (DOJ) Undersecretary Jose Vicente Salazar, head of the inter-agency council against trafficking.
The raid was conducted by departments including the NBI and the PNP after several weeks of planning and surveillance operations in at least three night clubs.
“We have dispatched state prosecutors to Angeles City to conduct inquest proceedings. It’s a multi-agency effort,” she said, adding this is a big boost to government efforts to curb human trafficking.
Human trafficking ring cracked in Jamaica
Foreign nationals arrested in nightclub raid
Thursday, September 16, 2010
DETECTIVES attached to the Organised Crime Investigation Division (OCID), this morning cracked what is believed to be a major human trafficking ring operating in Jamaica.
Thirteen persons including a man and a woman, who OCID investigators believe were masterminds of the human trafficking ring, were taken into custody along with nationals from Panama, the Dominican Republic, Guyana and Italy.
The operation started shortly after midnight when the OCID team, assisted by their colleagues from the Mobile Reserve and Flying Squad, raided a nightclub and house located in St Andrew.
Detectives from OCID have also identified a number of locals who they want to question in connection with the human trafficking ring.
Head of OCID Superintendent Fitz Bailey, said he would be asking the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation and the Fire Department to examine the premises on which the nightclub is located for possible breaches of safety regulations