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Viral Video: Heroic Atlantan Follows Truck and Calls Police After Seeing Hands at the Back – Kids Allegedly Trafficked in Georgia, But Police Make a Strange Statement

This morning, a dramatic video went viral, capturing a harrowing incident that has led to serious allegations of human trafficking. The footage, which quickly spread across social media platforms, shows a courageous man following a truck after noticing a hand hanging out of the back.

The video begins with the man driving behind the truck, visibly distressed by the sight of the hand. He immediately calls 911 and continues to follow the vehicle while providing updates to the dispatcher. The tension builds as the man navigates traffic, determined to keep the truck in sight.

Video below:


As the video gained traction, social media exploded with reactions. Users commended the man for his bravery and quick thinking, while others expressed outrage and concern over the apparent human trafficking situation. Hashtags such as #HumanTrafficking, #Hero, and #SaveTheChildren began trending within hours of the video’s release.

Here’s a post from the guy who took the video:

My man’s heart was 100% in the right place, but the police say no one was being trafficked.

Authorities have since confirmed they are investigating the incident:

Police have released a statement about the viral footage of people being found in the back of a moving truck, say they were two families moving from Alabama to Maryland.

“The Gwinnett Police Department has received several inquiries from the media about a social media video that shows people riding in the back of a moving truck.”

“The back of the van had two families (eight people total including two juveniles). They were not tied up or in distress. They appeared healthy and agreed to speak with the officers.”

“The occupants all told officers that they were traveling from Alabama to Maryland for a new job opportunity. The truck also included their personal belongings.”

“The driver of the truck was cited for allowing the occupants to ride in the back of the truck without a seatbelt. The occupants were taken to a local business by officers and dropped off so that they could find an alternate way to get to Maryland. There is no evidence at this time of human trafficking.”

Yeah, so normal people don’t travel in the back of a Budget truck with multiple families across state lines for “job opportunities.”

All of these things are forms of human slavery and trafficking. It’s just that the traffickers are smart enough not to clap people in chains these days. There are far easier ways to keep people on a rope in this digital world.

(Plus, the US government is doing most of the heavy lifting for them.)

Of course, this could be two immigrant families that are here legally and are just riding in the back of a truck because that’s what most of the developing world does without a second thought.

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