Examine the news stories nationwide about human trafficking — plenty of them exist and new ones pop up each day — and you soon detect a theme. The journalists who write these stories feel obligated to let people know the problem is real, and that it happens in their readers’ neighborhoods.
They think you are inclined to disbelief, and you are.
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Jay Evensen is the Senior Editorial Columnist of the Deseret News. He has 32 years experience as a reporter, editor and editorial writer in Oklahoma, New York City, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. He also has been an adjunct journalism professor at Brigham Young and Weber State universities.