4 edition of AFRICAN AMER ORGAN CRIME (Garland Reference Library of Social Science Current Issues in Criminal Justice) found in the catalog.
AFRICAN AMER ORGAN CRIME (Garland Reference Library of Social Science Current Issues in Criminal Justice)
November 1, 1995
by Garland Science
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||264|
Organ trafficking, a lucrative global illicit trade, is often a lesser discussed form of human trafficking among anti-human trafficking stakeholders due to its intricate and often stealth nature. Trafficking sex and/or labor are the more commonly thought of forms of human trafficking among public policy leaders and general awareness campaigns. However, organ trafficking holds a Continue . This is a listing of enterprises, gangs, mafias, and syndicates that are involved in organized crime. Tongs and outlaw motorcycle gangs, as well as terrorist, militant, and paramilitary groups, are mentioned if they are involved in criminal activity for funding.
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Rufus Schatzberg and Robert Kelly take us through almost a century of African American organized crime. Chapters focus on the numbers gambling that took place in New York City from tothe criminal groups that operated in ghettos from the s to the s, and the gang activities that began in the s and continues today.
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It is a criminal offense to traffic body parts, or perform transplants from any source not legally affiliated with a hospital or other medical facility, but legality doesn’t deter either side of these transactions. African Americans make up the largest group of minorities in need of an organ transplant.
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