Hundreds protest child sex trafficking in Temecula

Anti-child sex trafficking protest organizer Sydney Takeshta stands in the center median of Rancho California Road during the protest Thursday, July 30. Valley News/Jeff Pack photo
Hundreds of people came out to support anti-child sex trafficking efforts Thursday, July 30, on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons at the Temecula Duck Pond.With temperatures reaching into the mid-to-high 90s, protesters held signs at the intersection of Rancho California and Ynez roads while cars drove by and honked in support.“I'm a mother of three, I was on Instagram and I came across this account that showcased child pornography,” protest organizer Sydney Takeshta said. “It was blatant child pornography. I reported it a million times, 30, nothing happened. I then contacted the local authorities because I was overwhelmed. My heart was broken. And I realized at this point I have somewhat of a platform. I am the owner of London Light Photography. I photograph a lot of
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