The guest was Conchita Sarnoff, Executive Director of the Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking. She authored the book, TrafficKing, about the case of Jeffrey Epstein, a billionare and hedge fund manager alleged to be one of the founding funders of the Clinton Foundation who was prosecuted for pedophilia. In the book, Conchita focuses on the extensive allegations regarding Epstein’s pedophilia activities and the numerous famous people involved. More than one million children are trafficked every year in the US and the global figure is more than 20 million. After a decade of researching the issue of human trafficking, Conchita published her book to help explain the problem.
Conchita Sarnoff is the executive director of the Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking, a non profit organization based in Washington DC with a mission to increase political and public awareness about human trafficking and child sex trafficking in particular. A large part of the organization’s work is rescue girls between the ages of 6 and 12 in North America. She broke the story in 2010 about billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s pedophilia ring. She has been a contributor to the Financial Times, Latin America Herald Tribune, the Huffington Post, Daily Beast and other publications and has appeared as a television commentator on NBC, Fox, ABC, Russia TV among others. Conchita graduated from Columbia University with a degree in political science and received additional credentials from the Harvard Business School. This month she published her book “Trafficking” – which takes a hard look at the underground of child sex trafficking and highlights the case of Jeffrey Epstein, a close confidante of Bill Clinton. Her websites are ConchitaSarnoff.com and ATRVT.org