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Emails revealed by Wikileaks from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s account contained lots of strange talk about food, ties to human trafficker Laura Silsby, and a photo of Asian girls eating pizza — so naturally the internet has been set on fire with theories about secret codes and a child sex ring.

On Wednesday, a Reddit post titled “I believe I have connected a convicted child abductor who was caught stealing children in Haiti with the Clintons,” contained a list of email links regarding Laura Silsby, former director of The New Life Children’s Refuge.

Forget corruption, these emails expose connections to child sex trafficking. (@Cernovich) November 3, 2016“Hillary has a LONG history of interest in Ms. Wikileak emails dating back till at least 2001 have been found in her archives discussing Laura’s NGO (Email ID 3776).

Laura had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose.

They did so essentially because we place such little value on the integrity of poor families; the idea that the missionaries were acting to ‘save’ these children justified the damage they would have caused to the children and their families,” Shani M. “In this way, the Silsby case offers a window into international and domestic child placement schemes that disrupt poor families and disregard traditional forms of child placement.”Jorge Puello Torres, Silsby’s legal adviser, was later arrested for running an international sex trafficking ring.

Torres was accused of luring girls from the Caribbean and Central America into prostitution by offering to make them “models.”In 2011, he was sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison for “alien smuggling.”Were 33 children for Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein's "use"?

Perhaps the Democrats should consider bringing Bernie Sanders back now.

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