The Pedophile Hunters
Prosecuting Pedophiles Around the World

The Pedophile Hunters - Prosecuting Pedophiles Around the World
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very informative, the US should make some efforts to encourage the Thai government to do something about this, although I realize prostitution is part of Thai culture. From a Thai acquaintance I gather that use of prostitutes is a regular practice among Thai men.

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A little dated, but good summary of early efforts on Cambodia.

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