• TrafficKing

  • The Jeffrey Epstein Case
  • By: Conchita Sarnoff
  • Narrated by: Laura Copland
  • Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (64 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Advocate and abolitionist Conchita Sarnoff risked her life to tell the truth about a Wall Street billionaire hedge fund manager who is now a level-3 registered sex offender.

TrafficKing uncovers a child sex trafficking case of epic proportions and the longest-running human trafficking case in US legal history - more poignant than the Lewinsky case, Watergate scandal, and Profumo affair combined. Eleven years after the registered level-3 sex offender was arrested, four cases associated with his 2005 criminal investigation remain open. The pedophile was not prosecuted under The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), a law enacted in Florida in 2000. In this gripping exposé, Sarnoff finds out why. 

TrafficKing is a true story exposing the dark side of the human condition: avarice, lust, power, and influence peddling at the highest levels of government.

©2020 Conchita Sarnoff (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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She has done her homework! Fascinating

Five stars , for her efforts, passion and sacrifice to bring this information to the public.
My favorite quote was when she spoke of how to live well.
He was deplorable!
I’m sickened that this has become such a huge problem world wide and want to help stop it. She shares so much information not available with out years of study and digging. Fascinating.
Very brave to take this step at this time and write this book with the twisted world we live in . Good for her for getting this information out there so we can all be informed and vigilant.
We owe it to our kids to stop this some how .

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Pleasantly Surprised

Ms. Sarnoff did a fantastic job explaining all of the legal technicalities involved in the Jeffrey Epstein case. I thought it would be boring or just a rehash of information from the other books I’ve read. It wasn’t and I was pleasantly surprised.

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This was so bad I could not finish it it was so boring I really didn’t get the story

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Sick

This book has too much detail and they way the reader speaks it is inappropriate. This is not a book that creeps should have access to. Take it off the market!

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  • liz
  • 02-19-22

Well researched but robotic performance

This is a very disturbing story and has been well researched. Difficult to listen to due to the robotic voice of the narrator who tended to speak in "quotation" throughout. Also, I found certain things mentioned unnecessary such as reading out case numbers and repeating the same information within certain sentences.