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« Reply #100 on: July 12, 2009, 01:07:36 PM »

Read in the article about Madison that Grandma Judy had taken her to relative in Cypress.
I know we have a thread for newspaper articles, maybe one of you good bumpers can move it to the thread.
Hope to get back to doing some solid work here soon, just can't wrap my brain around a lot right now.  My sister tried to get out of bed yesterday and fell -- it is so hard to have your brain say one thing and your body not respond.  She'll get it, but they moved her across from the nurses' station for safety.  Thanks to all of you for your continued prayers, and Tracygirl, praying for your family as well.
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« Reply #101 on: July 20, 2009, 11:25:17 PM »

Hi Sister...I moved the article like you mentioned!  an angelic monkey

DeWayne Harris of Salinas, Calif., talks about the Baptist history during the Clover Road Baptist Church's Wednesday night service in Tracy, Calif., on Wednesday, April 29, 2009. The church has been the subject of multiple searches and investigations by the FBI and Tracy Police surrounding the ongoing Sandra Cantu murder case. (Doug Duran/Staff)






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Connie Lawless' brother, the Rev. DeWayne Harris, came from Salinas to give a spirited sermon on how Baptists struggle to preserve the truth and how the national media spotlight has rocked their little church.

"Knowing the history of this Tracy church, I know this is your darkest hour, but I'm going to talk about light," he said. "I hope that through this tragedy that God gets the attention of not only Tracy, but the nation."

He spoke harshly of what he called false media reports on the case, and he said he felt sorry for the likes of news commentators Nancy Grace and Dan Rather.

Recent news reports have linked Lane Lawless to an FBI investigation into old child abuse claims at a church in rural Washington. The pastor's wife maintains that he has only led California congregations. He's been at Clover Road, established in 1955, since the early 80s.

"Lane is the last person on the Earth that you would ever suspect of abusing anyone," she says, describing him as trustworthy, hardworking and strong.

Lawless also denies media reports that Huckaby was ever molested, abused or involved in serious crime, and she would not confirm whether Huckaby has suffered from depression.
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« Reply #102 on: July 21, 2009, 01:07:46 PM »

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When you get the chance...
Can you take a look at this Carolyn Cooper and see if she is from the Irene Cooper line?  She is in Mongolia (missionary work?)  I notice there is a Sutton listed as a possible relative but I am not sure if this the right gal.

This is her FaceBook link:
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Associated names:

�COOPER,�CAROL�A
�OOPER,�CAROL�
�WILEY,�CAROLYN�
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BAKERSFIELD,�CA    

Possible Relatives:

WILEY,�SHARON�(Age�48)
WILEY,�DIANA�KAY�(Age�51)
SUTTON,�KIMBERLY�(Age�34)
LHOOPER,�MARVICE�M�(Age�47)
WILEY,�ODIE
WILEY,�SUEWILLIA�WILLIA�(Age�38)
COOPER,�CAROLINE
WILEY,�RONNIE�G�(Age�54)
COOPER,�JENNIFER�MICHELE�(Age�32)

Possible Roommates / Associates:

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BILLINGSLEY,�LOLA�PERCY�(Age�68)
GAGE,�JAMES�J�(Age�48)
WILLIAMS,�QUINCY�KWASHON�(Age�28)
HENDERSON,�LINDA�(Age�50)
KELLEY,�LEROY�(Age�41)
WRIGHT,�NICIA�(Age�34)
MCCARTHY,�OLGA�(Age�49)

Still working on this to see if this person is related.....
Help...

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HARRISON,�CAROLYN�SUE (Age 61)

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�CAROLYN,�S�
�COOPER,��C
�COOPER,�CAROLYN�SUE
�MASON,�CAROLYN�S
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OKLAHOMA CITY,�OK    

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MASON,�RAYMONDF�F�(Age�65)
HARRIS,�DEBORAH�LYNN�(Age�36)
MASON,�CHEYENNE�SPENCER�(Age�49)
HARRIS,�MICHELLE�RENEE�(Age�37)
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HARRISON,�LORI�DIANNE�(Age�40)
HARRISON,�RITA�L�(Age�59)
HARRIS,�KATHERINE�R
HARRIS,�ISSAC

Possible Roommates / Associates:

MARTIN,�EDDIE�C�(Age�73)
COOPER,�CAROLYN
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« Reply #103 on: July 21, 2009, 01:54:02 PM »

So the Coopers', like the Harris' and Lawless' go WAY back!
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Cooper, Dawes C. (Doc) (Old State)


Cooper, Dawes C. (Doc) Doc, as he was known, was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma January 4, 1903. He was saved and baptized under the ministry of his father, John Cooper. He surrendered to the ministry at the early age of eighteen and was ordained by the Winona, Oklahoma MBC, pastored by his father, John. He was married to Dorothy Irene McCloud June 14, 1921. Shortly after, he enrolled in the Missionary Baptist College in Sheridan, Arkansas.

In August of 1925 he was moderator Pro - Tem for the New Hope MBC in Wynona in which the church expressed their appreciation to E. C. Gillentine for work done to the church and also the local association (Victory). This church and association was considered a part of the ABA.

In 1934 Doc moved to Monterey, California and started a very successful business which he sold in 1945 and became very active in the California Missionary Baptist Association, doing mission work and establishing churches in Castroville, Pleasanton, a mission in Seaside and a Spanish work with Brother Goulding in Salinas.

Brother Doc also was co - owner of the Missionary Baptist paper with Brother Hunt. At the time of his death he was working on his thesis for his master in the English Bible, after three years in the Fresno school. He assisted his son John Dee in attending the Little Rock school in the late 1950's. He departed this life in December of 1952. He was the oldest son of a large Missionary Baptist Family as is reflected in the following Biographies of Father, Brothers, Son, Nephew, and Sons - in - laws. He stayed with the Old Association when the division came in 1952.


Cooper, Erik (Old State)

Erik Cooper was born May 25, 1970 and was born again in 1980. He married his wife Ashley in May 22, 1999, with Brother Dan Maynard performing the ceremony. He then was baptized by the Liberty MBC in San Fernando, June 6, 1999. He was a charter member of the Mountain Liberty MBC in Tehachapi which was organized June 17, 2000.

The Lord called him to preach December 3, 2000 and he gladly surrendered to this call. The Antioch LMBC in Riverside (Arlington) called him for pastor at which time he was ordained and served the church until April 2007. His church hosted the 75th Old State meeting. He served as Moderator of the Old State Association 2008 and 2009; he is presently a member of the Tehachapi MBC.


Cooper John (Old State)

Elder John Cooper was born November 30, 1879, in Newton County, Arkansas. He came from a long line of Missionary Baptists. His father and grandfather before him were Missionary Baptist Ministers and he was reared in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. In August 1896 he was born again in the Indian Territory where he had moved with his parents, Elder and Mrs. Henry Thomas Cooper in 1892. Immediately after experiencing the New Birth he was baptized by, and united with the Frozen Rock Missionary Baptist Church which was organized by his father H. T. Cooper in 1895.

He spent the early part of his Christian life serving as church clerk, song director, superintending and teaching Sunday school. He married Effie Joetta Smithson June 23, 1901, and was instrumental in leading her to Christ in August of the same year. She was baptized and untied with the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church worshipping in the Buckhorn schoolhouse near McAllen, Indian Territory.

God called him to the ministry August 1902, but he fought the call until April 15, 1908, when he preached his first sermon in Salano, New Mexico where he had moved the year before.

Elder G. W. Crawford led in his ordination. Elder O. E. Sheets, clerk, Elder T. H. Hicks and S.F. Stroble were on the ordination council

In the fall of 1908 he moved back to Oklahoma where he farmed and preached and was ordained to the full work of the Gospel ministry January 30, 1915, by the Mt. Morriah Missionary Baptist Church near Coopertown, Oklahoma.

He did pastoral work in Kiowa Creek and Osage Counties, and was missionary for two different Associations in Oklahoma.

In November of 1935 he came west to California where on May 24, 1936, he became assistant pastor to Elder R. Y. Blalock, missionary pastor for the Hebbron Heights Missionary Baptist Church, Salinas; was elected pastor of this church for two years, one of which was stormy because of the Southern Baptist Conventionites who disturbed the fellowship of the church by trying to steal the property. He served the church faithfully until the storm was over and then resigned the pastorate January 1, 1939, but continued to serve as supply pastor until the church called Elder C. H. Hardin.

On January 1, 1941, the Hebbron Heights M. B. Church of Salinas indorsed Brother Cooper as missionary and recommended him to the Northern California Missionary Baptist Association where he labored; organizing several churches among them the ones at Tulare, Armona, Tuolumne, Tracy, and Brentwood. He remained active in mission work serving as supply for various pastors and teaching Bible schools until his death January 12, 1957.


Cooper, John D. (Left Landmark Work)

John D. was born September 17, 1923. He was the son of Dawes (Doc) Cooper and grandson of Willis John Cooper and the great grandson of H. T. Cooper, Baptist preachers all. He had been saved and baptized by the FMBC (Hebbron Heights) under the ministry of Clarence Hardin the pastor. He served on the battleship Tennessee for five years during WW II. After the war was over, he married Florence and moved to Seaside where he became active in the Lord's work, serving as President of the Youth Rally and then surrendering to preach in 1947.

His father, D. C. Cooper, told him to pack up and move to Little Rock and attend the Missionary Baptist Seminary, which he did for 5 years. He received a Bachelor of Bible Languages. After moving to Little Rock the first part of 1948, he began preaching wherever he could. The Egypt MBC called him as pastor and He was ordained to the Ministry by the Antioch MBC, Ben M. Bogard, pastor. During the summer he lived in the Egypt community and led them in a large building program. Under his leadership the church went full time and had a great growth. He and Florence attended the ABA as messengers in Lakeland, Florida along with their very good friends, Douglas and Maurine Perdue and was present when the split came in 1950. During his schooling he also was active in association work, attending the ABA meeting at St Louis in 1948, with Paul Goodwin and Douglas Perdue and the meeting at Little Rock in 1949.

In October of 1952 he and had moved back to California and accepted the new El Bethel MBC in San Jose. The church represented in the old association. At the present, John is no longer active in church work. His first wife Florence passed away, and he married again to Phyllis who also passed away.


Cooper, Luther T. (Old State)

Luther Thorpe Cooper was born June 4, 1905. He was the second of nine children born to Willis John and Effie Joetta Cooper. He was married to Sue Ethel Parrack May 15, 1927 at Tulsa, OK. He was saved and baptized in November 1927 and then surrendered to the ministry in 1935.

He was faithful to his calling all the rest of his life. He first pastored an ABA church, the Liberty MBC in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His first California church to pastor was the First MBC in Riverbank, from June 1941, till August 1948. The church grew by leaps and bounds under his leadership.

(I was baptized, and my father, sister and five brothers were saved under his preaching. Upon his recommendation, I enrolled in the Little Rock school in the fall of 1944. Words cannot express my love for this great man of God, L. D. Perdue)

From Riverbank, he accepted the New Hope church in Los Angeles from September 1946 to the early 1950's. During his time at New Hope, in 1949 the Missionary Baptist Seminary was started with Travis Hubbard and R. R. Farris among others as teachers to pattern and teach the same courses as taught in the Little Rock school.

In 1952 he was pastor of El Nido; in 1953 Walla Walla, Washington and then Wilmington in 1954. He was broken hearted about the 1952 split in California and was very much opposed to it. He stayed with the old association as did many other fine pastors and churches. He was pastor of the Alisal MBC in Salinas shortly before his death on January 1, 1967.

A great booklet was written by him entitled EKLESIA which has a section devoted to Baptist History. In October of 1947, Ben M. Bogard said in the Searchlight, "Valuable Information about California" and there followed almost a full page of historical information by Brother Cooper. Portions of this article will be carried elsewhere in this book. LDP


Cooper, Ted R. (ABA)

Ted was the son of Willis John Cooper. He became involved the California work in 1945 when the Brentwood church unanimously called him for pastor the first Sunday in September. He was very active from the start in building the church, including a nice building with full basement. It was one of the nicest among Missionary Baptist churches in California. He remained as pastor until about 1956 when the pressures of the work and critical opposition of the brethren throughout the State led to his resignation from the church.

Ironically, many of the things for which he was condemned are very common in our churches today. After he left Brentwood he joined a Southern Baptist Church. In his later years he got back in Missionary Baptist work, joining the First church in Antioch. He has gone on to meet the Lord.


Cooper, Wallace (Left Landmark Work)

Wallace is the elder son of Luther Cooper. He was born about 1929 in Oklahoma. He surrendered to preach in the mid forties and attended the Little Rock School after graduating from high school.

When he moved back to California he led in the organization of the El Bethel church in San Jose. He has pastored churches in both the Old and Coop. associations and spent five years in a Convention church. He now stands excluded from the Meridian church in Idaho.

He is very talented and has done outstanding work in at least three churches, Klamath Falls, Oregon, Folsom and Norwalk. The Norwalk church was lost to MB work because of his teaching on "New - Light" doctrine.

Note: In the Traskwood, Arkansas trial the extreme positions that some have taken to the above mentioned teaching (New - Light) was ruled by the Arkansas Supreme Court to be contrary to Landmark Doctrine. This was based mainly on the testimony of Dr. Fred Stevenson. See Landmarkism Revisited by Dr. Robert Ashcraft.
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« Reply #104 on: July 21, 2009, 02:44:00 PM »

So they ARE connected!!!!!
Bill & Carolyn Cooper are Missionaries in Mongolia!!!!  They are the last 2 on the right.


Pictured above (l-r) is Erdenbayar Dambahuu (Eggi) Pastor of the Rich Heart Baptist Church in UlaanBaatar, Mongolia, Brother Bill and Rosey Gurnett, Pastor of LMBC Martinez (sponsoring Church) Brother Rod Shaull missionary to Ohio, Tsamba (son of Brother Eggi), Brother Dave Smith, director of XStream Out Reach, Brother Gary Max, missionary to New Zealand, Sister Carolyn and Brother Bill Cooper, missionary helpers to Mongolia.



"Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you…" Matthew 28:19-20

In August 1999 the Carrells moved to Mongolia – a land that has been deprived of the gospel for over 70 years. We stand in awe at all that God has done in this place in just a few short years. Mongolians are in great need of the gospel and solid Bible teaching and to have established churches in which to minister and be ministered to.

In August of 2007 Bill and Carolyn Cooper moved to UB Mongolia and joined the Carrell's in serving God there. The Mongolian Mission Team was reorganized to include Egi and Naraa as part of the team. Brother Egi is the pastor of the Rich Heart Baptist Church in UlaanBaatar.

To this point God has established one body in the capitol Ulaanbaatar which has more than 99 members and outreach ministries including Brother Agi who travels to Choir (about 5 hours by train from Ulaanbaatar)every week to hold services. The church in UlaanBaatar hopes to organize a church in Choir in the near future.

On September 12th of 2007, with the help of many Churches and people in the United States a building was purchased to be used by the NGO of the Mongolian Team. Visit their web site to learn more about the great blessing God has given to the Mongolian people.IIi

In addition to worship services, Bible Studies and ladies ministry, a children's Sunday School has been developed and is being taught and administered by Mongolian church members. We reach out to alcoholics by conducting monthly services at a government-operated rehabilitation hospital in the countryside and by offering counseling to alcoholics in Ulaanbaatar.

What an awesome God we serve! We feel so blessed to have been called to the ends of the earth to share the gospel with these precious people who have never heard. Opportunities to minister are overwhelming! Please pray for us that we will use our time and energy wisely. Please also pray that Mongolian men will surrender to God's call to minister to their fellow countrymen and that we can establish a Bible school for the training and development of church leaders.





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The Purks have, Johnson, and Cooper as Friends on Facebook!!!
I would bet they are related...Many of them are out of the country...missionary work?

Hmmmm
So Bill Cooper is a Pastor, too!!!!


New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
5640 Lincoln Boulevard
Oroville, CA 95966
   
MONGOLIA

Check out his Email:
fcooper@hughes.net

Hughes & Cooper in 1 email....
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« Reply #105 on: July 21, 2009, 03:16:38 PM »

Good fine!! I'll be back tomorrow.  Staying here for the duration!
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« Reply #106 on: July 22, 2009, 01:48:11 PM »

Of ALL the places in the world to go...this couple chose Mongolia.  In particular they chose UlaanBaatar...
Where girls are kidnapped off of the streets and forced into prostitution & slavery.

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Study: Mongolia Must Battle Increase in Human Trafficking

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GEC also interviewed 16 victims of trafficking who returned to Mongolia. Half of the women were 20-22 year-olds and one was an under-age girl who had dropped out of school. More than half had secondary educations and one had higher education. 69 percent of the women sought employment abroad to earn more money than they could in Mongolia, 37.5 percent to provide for their families, 50 percent to gain money for their education and 50 percent to gain money to start a small business in Mongolia. Women had paid US$ 100-500 to brokers, they thought they owed their brokers about US $1,000-3,000, they were promised US$2,000-3,000 per month, but 60 percent of them returned with nothing as they never received any salary and only worked to service the debt. About 20 percent had earned US$200-300 per month, but all the money had been spent on bare necessities.

NGOs have also reported on the increasing scope of domestic trafficking and organized criminal networks in Mongolia that kidnap girls from the streets or lure them through their peers, relatives or acquaintances, keep them locked in hotels and force them into prostitution. In February, 2008, during the Mongolian New Year, half a dozen girls were reported to have been kidnapped from the streets and forced into prostitution in Ulaanbaatar and Darkhan city. One of the cases involving a 17-year old girl, a daughter of a poor single mother of three, caught significant media and public attention. Victims and NGOs also reported that girls are often trafficked abroad after having been ‘tamed’ and sexually exploited in Mongolia.

The Crime of Trafficking of Women and Children in Mongolia:  The Current Situation [DOC]

2. THE CRIME OF TRAFFICKING AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN MONGOLIA -
There are circumstances within Mongolian society today that are suited to the trafficking  of humans. These include a direct relationship between negative social phenomena that have arisen as a result of Mongolia’s transition period. Conditions such as increased poverty, unemployment, prostitution amongst women, drug use among youth, illegal emigration of citizens abroad, illegal labor of Mongolian citizen in foreign countries (including the manufacturing of false visas and passports), and an increased interest amongst girls and women to marry foreigners, contribute to an environment in which the crime of trafficking can occur. In addition, a lack of knowledge about life abroad and naive attitudes in trusting different kinds of mediators are some of the factors that affect the crime of trafficking.

 
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« Reply #107 on: July 22, 2009, 02:12:38 PM »

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Study: Mongolia Must Battle Increase in Human Trafficking      
Written by B.Bulgamaa   
Thursday, January 22, 2009.

Yesterday a human trafficking trial began in the Songino Khairkhan District’s court. A Mongolian national, M.Purevbat, is charged with kidnapping girls and forcing them into the sex trade. According to the charges, Purevbat may be responsible for the disappearances of 100 girls. If convicted, he could face 5- 15 years imprisonment.

The age of sex workers in Mongolia has decreased significantly. The report also states that Mongolian law favors those who solicit sex, while disproportionately punishing those who illegally provide it as a service.

Trafficking in women and children is a new phenomenon in Mongolia that arose in connection to Mongolia’s transition to a market economy, the opening of its borders, democratization and the free movement of people across borders

In 2000, two victims of trafficking were reported, whereas in the first half of 2006 alone, 127 victims were reported. Surveys conducted in Erlian indicated a growing number of Mongolian sex workers – 200 to 300 according to police estimates in 2005 – who work in the city’s red light areas. Many of them are believed to have been originally trafficked. In the first half of 2006, 20 victims sought assistance from the Mongolian Embassy in Beijing.

The most common route for trafficking is reported to be Ulaanbaatar-Erlian-Beijng-Macao, but women and girls have also been trafficked to Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Israel, Belgium, Turkey, Malaysia, Singapore, and Eastern European countries. NGOs report that scope and nature of human trafficking is changing, becoming more organized. In all known cases, traffickers had established prior contacts with buyers in foreign countries. Based on the analysis of these cases, CHRD concluded that transnational criminal networks are operating in Mongolia.


It is also important for Mongolia to sign mutual legal aid agreements and strengthen cooperation in law enforcement with countries that serve as major destinations for trafficking in Mongolian women and children. Currently, Mongolia has agreements with 20 countries that are a part of the Vienna Convention of 1963 on consular relations (Germany, Kazakhstan, Russia, Poland, South Korea, Turkey, Hungary, China, Czech Republic, etc.), agreements on repatriation of criminal offenders with four countries (Kazakhstan, South Korea, China, India), and consular conventions with 15 countries including the USA, Russia, Hungary and Czech Republic.
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« Reply #108 on: July 22, 2009, 02:17:30 PM »

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Selling of souls Combating human trafficking in Mongolia
Human Trafficking - Sexual exploitation

AN ENERGY from experiencing a completely different culture and lifestyle reverberates from Bridgitt Sloan McMullen as she talks about her seven-month internship working for an anti-human trafficking organization in Mongolia.

source : Terrace Standard

(...) Sloan McMullen spent seven months living and working in Mongolia’s capital city of Ulaanbaatar as an intern for the non-government organization (NGO) Mongolian Gender Equality Centre (MGEC), which works with trafficked people who have been kidnapped and forced into prostitution and or labour. (...)

Mongolia is considered a source, transit and destination country in terms of human trafficking. A transit country is a country whose territory is crossed (by any means of transport) by a victim of human trafficking in order to arrive in the destination country; a destination country is a country where trafficked people are delivered to; and a source country is a victim’s home country.

According to MGEC’s statistics, in Mongolia the majority of trafficking cases are international, with people being trafficked to bordering and nearby areas such as China, Korea and Macau. But Sloan McMullen says that trafficking within Mongolia, called domestic trafficking, is on the rise.

“At this point there is…greater international trafficking to countries like China and South Korea, trafficking to Macau and Hong Kong for sexual exploitation and forced prostitution,” says Sloan McMullen. “There’s also domestic trafficking and that has been seen as a growing trend in Mongolia…that’s with the growing mining industry, they’re seeing greater rates of prostitution and also trafficking, those can go hand in hand…There’s instances of young girls being kidnapped off the street in Ulaanbaatar and being sexually exploited in hotel rooms, so that’s another instance of domestic trafficking.” (...).

website : stoptrafficking.mn
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« Reply #109 on: July 22, 2009, 02:25:30 PM »

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