By K. Park
“Human trafficking does present a threat in South Carolina,” says Marie Sazehn.
Sazehn serves as an Assistant Attorney General who understands the crime and its implications.
“A lot of times when people think of human trafficking, it is something they associate with big Hollywood movies, like “Taken,” or something that only happens overseas, to people that live abroad, or that are smuggled into the country. However, I assure you that South Carolina citizens are trafficking South Carolina-born victims in our state.”