Documentary: X-treme Sex, Murder, and Murder: The FBI, X-Treme Sex and Murder, Murder and Murder

The FBI and other law enforcement agencies have investigated hundreds of unsolved murders in the United States since 1980.

The vast majority of them have been linked to sex trafficking and child sex abuse.

But the number of unsolved homicides is small compared to the number who have been identified as being associated with the sex trade.

The FBI is a leading agency in the investigation of these crimes, but they have a much lower profile than the Department of Justice, which has led many of these investigations.

The FBI’s investigation of sex trafficking cases is often considered one of the best in the country, and a large percentage of these cases are solved with the assistance of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, which works with local law enforcement and government agencies to find and prosecute sex traffickers.

For the last decade, the FBI has conducted more than 40,000 investigations involving over 30,000 people, and the vast majority are in Southern California, New York and the Northern District of Florida.

The bureau’s investigation and prosecutions of sex traffickers and child trafficking have focused on the trafficking of children for sexual exploitation.

This is an important part of the overall investigation, but also the most challenging, because of the nature of these trafficking operations.

Most of these victims are young girls or women, and their victims often suffer from trauma and abuse.

According to a 2010 FBI report, there are about 100,000 victims of child sex trafficking in the U.

“The FBI’s Sexual Exploitation and Obscenity Section, which specializes in investigating such crimes, receives nearly 20,000 reports each year from victims of sex exploitation.

These cases can range from sex trafficking to child pornography, and investigators are also trying to solve some cases involving human trafficking.

For these investigations, the victim’s family or other contacts often play a key role in the process, but many victims of sexual exploitation are also victims of other crimes.

The victim may have been forced into prostitution by her family, or the trafficker may have broken into her home and abducted her.

In most cases, victims will not report their abuse to the police until years later.

The cases that do get reported often result in charges against the traffickers.

The sexual exploitation of children is a complex problem, and there is no single answer to solving it.

The key to solving these cases is the cooperation of all parties involved.

The child trafficking task force is a group of law enforcement officials, prosecutors, social workers, child welfare workers, social services workers and others working to identify and prosecute traffickers.

While these cases often result from multiple elements of a complex trafficking network, it is crucial to identify the key players and to coordinate the efforts of different agencies.

In this case, the task force worked closely with a number of different federal, state and local agencies and law enforcement personnel, including the FBI’s San Diego office, the U, S and F Narcotics Task Forces and the Southern California Regional Field Office.

It also collaborated with local prosecutors, federal agents, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the California Office of the Attorney General.

This is an updated version of a report that was originally published on March 10, 2018.

It contains material from a wide range of sources.