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A convicted sexual predator seeking an extremely rare release from Minnesota's sexual offender treatment program was confronted Friday by one of his victims, who rejected the man's claim that he no longer poses a threat. John Rydberg, 69, has petitioned for release from a secure hospital to a halfway house in the Twin Cities, a step that ultimately could make him the first person permanently released from the state's program.

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PAUL -- Minnesota sex offenders who remain locked up after their prison terms end are supposed to have a chance to go free, but Gov. Mark Dayton on Wednesday snuffed out that hope until he and legislators can agree on a new process. He said political reaction to the potential release of a man convicted in three sex crimes persuaded him to end sex offender releases. However, a three-judge panel next year could opt to free three sex offenders, including the man whose potential release created the controversy.

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It is the world's oldest oppression," says Vednita Carter, the founder and executive director of Breaking Freea Minnesota-based nonprofit that provides services to victims and survivors of prostitution.

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Read the post-show takeaway. The effort to help women and girls escape prostitution and human trafficking will be the focus of the group's second Demand Change conference, scheduled for May in St. The gathering is deed for advocates, politicians and law enforcement with the goals of raising awareness, building partnerships and educating people about the issue.

A bill awaiting final passage in the Legislature would treat and year-olds who have been prostituted as victims rather than criminals. The bill would also extend protections first given to those younger than 16 in a Safe Harbor law.

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Nikki Beasley, director of programs at Breaking Free, and St. Paul Police Sgt. John Bandemer described their view of the sex trafficking scene in Minnesota. Bandemer: "We certainly do see our immigrant populations being victimized Beasley: "It's through the manipulation, the coercion, through fraud, of typically men and our young girls.

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If you have a young person where there's family conflict, where maybe she's run away, the minute she's away from home, we know that within a day, a day and a half, she will be approached. Often it's through fraud or coercion, someone saying, 'I can make a better life for you over here, and what you have to do is perform these sex acts.

Bandemer: "These traffickers are predators. They're out there all the time, looking for that girl that has the vulnerability, and they're good at recognizing what that vulnerability is and taking advantage of it. Their ability to be out there where the girls are and preying on those girls is the key part of the recruitment effort. A lot of what we see is the boyfriend-type of trafficker or pimp that feigns love, affection, loyalty, and then they demand that back, and once they get that, they flip that switch and turn that girl.

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They use that vulnerability against them to get them to perform the sex acts. Bandemer: "If you're a fisherman, you're going to go to the big lakes where the fish are. And if you want to go find girls you can exploit into sexual slavery, you're going to go where the girls hang out: the malls, the shopping centers, the bus stops, the parks, the schools, the libraries. That's where they know the girls are at. It's not required that they cross a transnational border or even a state border.

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It's really the exploitation of a person into some type of coercive labor situation or sexual exploitation. That is where the victimization comes in. We see that in both our immigrant population and our domestic girls and boys.

Beasley: "We do have the Safe Harbor law that was passed inand that comes into effect in And we're trying to get the No Wrong Door model passed so that we can respond. Because right now we aren't able to wholly respond to the issue. The hope is that if this law passes, and the money that's needed to make this model work, then we'll be able to address it. Bandemer: "What we teach is a victim-centered approach.

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We want to identify these victims, provide services to them. We don't want to criminalize them and drive it further underground than it is. This does not include hotel, street or gang activity.

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The average age was MPR News. Tortured and forced to have sex with strangers, Kim was a victim of human trafficking for four years. Human trafficking — the transportation of people for forced labor, sexual exploitation and other illegal activities — is a global issue that affects mostly women and children.

It is also a growing issue in Minnesota. In addition, when victims are correctly identified and assisted, there is no systematic or centralized way to count them.

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Therefore, assessing the level of victimization in Minnesota is difficult. You make MPR News possible. Individual donations are behind the clarity in coverage from our reporters across the state, stories that connect us, and conversations that provide perspectives.

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Help ensure MPR remains a resource that brings Minnesotans together. Donate today. Listen Groups work to help victims leave Minnesota's sex trade.

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