Pashalis said:Also the data that is presented in the book, about the parents of Natascha (what they said what they did and to which people they are connected) , makes you more then suspicious, that they might have been involved in that network and sold their daughter.
I remember her story and when that creep who held her captive got incarcerated. For my generation, it was the first of many stories like that one. It was there all along, only that we didn't knew. And it does seem that parents or caretakers are often involved in cases like these, but others as well (i.e. human/sex trafficking). Pretty disturbing all the way around.
"Farming children" for these purposes is beyond evil. There are simply no words for it.