I think you'd be surprised by how small and tight knit of a community many of these women are. In her case all the therapists in her organization have their own apartments and cars. They come and go freely, take vacations, days off, etc. She tells stories of going out in groups with other therapists from other Asian Spas from around the state to quite high end restaurants. The details she provides are more than accurate, e.g. restaurant names, descriptions, locations, menus, etc.. There's no reason to disbelieve her. She's a successful local business person in business for many years. Don't get me wrong. I know it happens. All I am saying is I have first hand credible information claiming it's very rare and mostly press, politician and law enforcement bluster and hyperbole they break out when they want to rile people up and justify their activities. I mean, do people really care about two (or more I guess) consenting adults hooking up of their own free will? Who cares if a little money is involved. It happens all the time. Bigger fish, etc. I don't think I'm in the minority. I acknowledge there are bases for moral objection or even misogyny and I respect the reasoning there. I just don't believe most people want law enforcement and prosecution resources going toward things with no victim the majority of the time. BTW, they have now charged one person with trafficking at this point. She had nothing to do with Kraft's spa and owned totally separate operations.The evidence cited is she was seen driving women to and from her spa location loading and unloading suitcases. Sounds like weak evidence but they claim to have one therapist in protective custody who is cooperating. They say they could not locate most of the women seen coming and going or the women are not claiming they were there against their will. So supposedly one witness. I'm very curious to see what happens with the charge. Proving it is going to be very difficult if that's all they have. Explaining suitcases and discrediting one witness with a prosecution avoidance motive should not be difficult defense attorney work. Maybe there's more evidence than they have disclosed. I guess we'll see.