Lauren Southern Meets with Human Traffickers in Greece and Morocco for Her Film, Borderless

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su_note note_color=”#efe1a7″ text_color=”#00000″ radius=”5”] Lauren’s film crew met with Panos Moraitis, the founder of the Emergency Response Center International (ERCI), a high-profile NGO that assisted 55,000 immigrants to enter Europe. He was arrested on charges of espionage, trading state secrets, facilitating smuggling and human trafficking, money laundering and forgery.

Lauren also met with a Senegalese trafficker who helps people migrate from Morocco to Spain in boats.  He said that migrants can pay 2,500 euros or more, and with 50 people on a boat, the smugglers can collect 125,000 euros per trip.[/su_note]

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