Doubt cast over charity group The Grey Man’s sex trafficking rescue claims
เต็มไปด้วยความสงสัยในกลุ่มการกุศล ผู้ชายสีเทา ที่ช่วยชีวิตพวกถูกค้ามนุษย์

Doubt cast over charity group The Grey Man’s sex trafficking rescue claims – theaustralian.com.au, January 7, 2012
[Thanks to Danny for pointing this out.]
The Grey Man, which has among its supporters senior Queensland judge Margaret McMurdo, last year claimed to have rescued 14 boys and seven girls from captivity in a small Thai village and stopped them being transported to brothels…

Australian Charity Accused of Faking Hill Tribe Children Rescue From Sex Slavery – andrew-drummond.com, January 6, 2012
…The AFP have been asked to investigate stories in Australia last October saying that the Brisbane based charity ‘The Grey Man’ rescued 21 Akha hill tribe children and saved them from certain slavery in factories and brothels.
An MSDHC investigation has found that the children never left their village in Baan Khun Suay, Chiang Rai, in Northern Thailand, were all living at home and were attending a school on a daily basis. Not only that; their schooling was provided under a special government fund so all their meals, uniforms and schoolbooks fees were paid for…

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