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Virginia Congressman Admits to the Existence of Child Trafficking in Fairfax County Virginia

Dave Hodges

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June 6, 2014

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Congressman Wolf has had enough


As readers know, I have covered the child abduction case of Monika Wesolowski, a State Department employee, with a security clearance, who has had her child stolen from her by the CPS/DFS of Virginia without so much of a charge or conviction for parental wrongdoing. And now, because she has had the audacity to tell her story to the media, the Virginian Department of Family Services has branded her as unstable and accuse of Monika of placing her son in danger by going to the media and they are preparing to totally strip Monika of any visitations with her son. Her son presently resides in foster care with “two fathers” in which Wesolowski is claiming sexual abuse is occurring as evidenced by rash on the rectum, a return to diapers and the boy is repetitively moving his arms in sexual gestures asking for people to “cut his arms off”. All of this information has been presented to the Virginia CPS/DFS, the local police and the Fairfax County Attorneys office and NOTHING is being done to protect the child. Why? Because the boy represents too much money for the system.

I have two former Virginia CPS workers who tell me that it is the goal of the Virginia CPS to remove as many kids as possible and that evidence is fabricated and papers are forged to this end. One of these sources is going public sometime in July.

Prior investigators such as the late Nancy Schaefer claim that children simply go missing from the care of the various CPS’ and these children end up in child sex trafficking rings such as the ones identified by Nick Bryant, the author of the Franklin Scandal.

A Lone Voice in the Wilderness

Despite the fact that Wells Fargo Wachovia was caught child sex trafficking and paid a $400 million dollar fine, nobody went to jail. Dyncorp was also caught doing the same and they paid a large fine, but nobody was held personally accountable. There are anonymous sources within the government who are leaking information that child sex trafficking profits are being used, in part, to fund regime change activities such as the ones in Libya and Syria in an Air America, Iran-Contra operation. Many investigators are beginning to believe that Ambassador Stevens was murdered two months before the 2012 election to conceal these facts.

Soon, there will be a chorus of voices demanding answers from a corrupt and criminal government, with regard to this topic.  It is likely that some federal officials and corporate types will be offered up in sacrifice to cover-up how far up in the ranks of the global elite that these practices go. Stay tuned, I am told that partial disclosure is coming. For the moment, we have one Congressman who is venturing into this land of the forbidden and is beginning to ask many of the right questions.

Congressman Frank Wolf

Congressman Frank Wolf of the 10th District in Virginia is on the warpath against human trafficking. From Congressman Wolf’s website here are some partial excerpts of his comments on this dire problem.

“Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. Not only is it an affront to human dignity, but it is an insidious criminal enterprise. Approximately 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders each year, according to the U.S. State Department. This figure does not include the thousands who are trafficked annually within countries, including the United States. While the hidden nature of trafficking makes reliable numbers difficult to come by, we do know traffickers prey on the most vulnerable. Traffickers can make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year selling women and children, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Polaris Project, one of the leading anti-trafficking organizations in the country…”

Trafficking in Virginia