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Chinese police bust four major baby trafficking rings rescuing 382 abducted infants


Chinese police bust four major baby trafficking rings rescuing 382 abducted infants and arresting nearly 2,000 suspects



Hundreds of babies have been rescued by police in China after a crackdown was launched on trafficking infants.

The nationwide bust saw 1,094 people arrested as officers acted on information relating to four major internet-based baby trafficking rings.

China's Public Security Ministry said 382 babies were rescued after four websites were found to be selling children under the guise of adoption.

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Hundreds of babies have been rescued by police in China after a crackdown was launched on trafficking infants.

The nationwide bust saw 1,094 people arrested as officers acted on information relating to four major internet-based baby trafficking rings.

China's Public Security Ministry said 382 babies were rescued after four websites were found to be selling children under the guise of adoption.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2570484/Chinese-police-bust-four-major-baby-trafficking-rings-rescuing-382-abducted-children-arresting-nearly-2-000-suspects.html#ixzz3QWVQOg3V
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If this story isn't sick enough, read the comment section, where people opine that they would love to take one of the trafficked babies for their own, or the suggestion that adoption laws should be more lax.

Procuring infants and young children for people who desire them is big busine$$, and the black market has always had their hand in the cookie jar.
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