U.S. Cracks Down on American Sex Tourists Abroad Child protection legislation signed by President Bush in April is making it easier for U.S. authorities to prosecute American citizens who engage in the child sex trade while traveling abroad. U.S. law provides for harsher penalties than domestic laws in hot spots such as Cambodia, Jamaica and India. Hear Tom Banse.
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U.S. Cracks Down on American Sex Tourists Abroad

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U.S. Cracks Down on American Sex Tourists Abroad

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Child protection legislation signed by President Bush in April is making it easier for U.S. authorities to prosecute American citizens who engage in the child sex trade while traveling abroad. U.S. law provides for harsher penalties than domestic laws in hot spots such as Cambodia, Jamaica and India. Hear Tom Banse.