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Sex Industry and Peacekeepers (03:10)

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The sex trade erupts after thousands of international soldiers arrive in Bosnia. The local population does not have access to money or cars. Jacques Paul Klein states the United Nations mission possesses the most aggressive anti-trafficking program. (Credits)

Terminated for Falsification (05:48)

Kathy Bolkovac discusses working in Bosnia as a gender issue officer. After a raid, prostitutes confirm the pimps work in collusion with international police. The American contingent commander sends an email describing the investigation.

Whistleblower or Troublemaker? (04:41)

Without conducting an interview or consulting experts, authorities conclude Bolkovac is psychologically burned out. Americans engage in prostitution and trafficking. A prostitute's statement stipulates that four of her clients are from the international police.

Former Commissioner of International Police (02:16)

Forty countries send peacekeepers to Bosnia. Richard Monk discusses the International Peace Task Force contributing to the sex trafficking industry and launching an internal affairs investigation against his officers.

Kosovo Peacekeeping Efforts (03:54)

Locals refer to peacekeepers as an occupying army. British soldiers are trained in a "no walking out" policy. Soldiers at Camp Bondsteel receive a medical threat brief on STDs, endemic diseases, and environmental hazards.

STDs and Sexual Misconduct (05:34)

A taxi driver takes foreigners to the clubs in Kosovo. Svedije runs a shelter for women caught in the sex trafficking business; international police are immune from prosecution. A young woman discusses forced sexual relations with foreigners.

STOP (04:13)

The UN establishes the team to challenge traffickers and help victims. Celhia de Lavarene leads a surprise raid on a bar/brothel. Owners hide and relocate women who are most vulnerable or could appeal for help.

Brothel Raids (03:46)

Raids are not effective; traffickers deliver women to apartments, motels, or restaurants. Monica discusses identifying members of the International Police Task Force and being sent home before testifying.

Identifying International Foreigners (03:16)

In Romania, Alina discusses forced prostitution, an Argentinian IPTF police officer offering to buy her from the villa owner, and Klein's desire to prosecute the man who gave her freedom.

IPTF Message (06:44)

Klein and Sue Lloyd-Roberts discuss inconsistencies in Alina's story. UN officials refuse to release a document as evidence corroborating Klein's version of events. Madeleine Rees explains describes the meeting as inappropriate.

Credits: Boys Will Be Boys (00:25)

Credits: Boys Will Be Boys

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Boys Will Be Boys


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It has become a tragic inevitability that whenever international peacekeepers are sent to bring law and order to a war torn country, a vast and exploitative sex industry allegedly follows close behind. Correspondent looks at Bosnia and Kosovo where girls as young as 15 have been duped into working in brothels and forced to have sex with UN personnel. We find that the boys will be boys culture prevails and that international soldiers and police officers at the highest level are turning a blind eye.

Length: 44 minutes

Item#: BVL185627

Copyright date: ©2002

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