United Nations investigation of Libyan Slave Trade

A man holds a placard reading “No to slavery in Libya” during a march against “slavery in Libya” on November 18, 2017 in Paris. 

Slavery has been so-called outlawed here in America since 1865. Some places it was quite early and some places not so. But boy over in Africa, the nation of Libya is finally being investigated for its slave trade and the putrid smell of reality is finally settling amongst all of us worldwide.

According to CNN, After obtaining footage of a human auction in Libya, a CNN team traveled to that country in October to investigate. It witnessed a dozen men sold at an auction outside of the capital, Tripoli — some for as little as $400. CNN also was told of auctions taking place at nine locations in the country. Continue reading