Ashton Kutcher is a well-known activist and he is involved in an amazing movement against pedophiles and sex trafficking.
Mr. Kutcher appeared Wednesday to deliver a compelling testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. It was at a hearing about ending sex trafficking and modern day sex abuse to children. Kutcher was very passionate about the subject and seems to be incredibly involved in the movement. He said, “This is a bipartisan effort, and in a country that is riddled with bipartisan separation on so many things, slavery seems to come up as one of these issues that we can all agree upon.”
He then explains what has inspired him to go full force against sex trafficking and pedophiles. He adds, “I’ve been on the other end of a phone call from my team asking for my help, because we had received a call from the Department of Homeland Security telling us that a seven-year-old girl was being sexually abused and that content was being spread around the dark web and she’d been being abused and they’d watched her for three years and they could not find the perpetrator. Asking us for help. We were the last line of defense, an actor and his foundation was the potential last line of defense. I’ve been on FBI raids where I’ve seen things that no person should ever see. I’ve seen video content of a child that’s the same age as mine being raped by an American man that was a sex tourist in Cambodia. This child was so conditioned by her environment that she thought she was engaging in play.”
He was also getting emotional during his moving and compelling speech. He talks about a venture capitalist that developed a software that they hoped would be an aid to stopping sex trafficking. The spotlight is a program that identifies an average of five children per day. It is used in all 50 states by over 4,000 officers. It is deep technology that is modeled around a neural network. It gets smarter as it accumulates data, and it is a deep learning technology. An agent from the Wisconsin Human Trafficking Task Force has called it “the greatest tool we have in the fight against human trafficking.”