-karla Jacinto I Thought They Were Disgusting.

and finished at midnight, she told CNN in a harrowing interview . Some men would laugh at me because I was crying. I had to close my eyes so that I wouldnt see what they were doing to me, so that I wouldnt feel anything. At one point, Jacinto, who was then just 13, said police conducted a raid and she believed she was saved. But the officers simply rounded up the girls and demanded sexual favors or they would send naked pictures of them back home to their families. I was forced to serve every kind of fetish imaginable to more than 40,000 clients. -Karla Jacinto I thought they were disgusting. They knew we were minors. We were not even developed. We had sad faces. There were girls who were only 10 years old. There were girls who were crying. They told the officers they were minors and nobody paid attention. Beaten and abused by pimps, she fell pregnant to one and gave birth at 15. The man used the infant as leverage, she said. Jacinto eventually was rescued in an anti-trafficking sting in 2008, after a four-year ordeal in which she estimates she was forced to have sex with an average of 30 men a day, seven days a week. CNN says it confirmed Jacintos story through the United Against Human Trafficking organization, which looked after her after she was rescued. She has previously spoken with Pope Francis at a conference on modern slavery in July and has shared her story in Congress. Karla Jacinto speaks with Pope Francis as Bill de Blasio (upper left) looks on during the Modern Slavery and Climate Change conference at the Vatican on July 21.Photo: Reuters She said she had no other identity beyond that of a sex object and urged the Congress to do more to stop the criminal enterprise, the Washington Times reported . I was forced to serve every kind of fetish imaginable to more than 40,000 clients, Jacinto told the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Africa, global health, global human rights and international organizations. She said many of her clients were foreigners visiting my city looking to have sexual interactions with minors like me. Sex trafficking is believed to account for 80 percent of the worlds 20 million to 30 million modern-day slaves, Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes told Americanofficials after Jacintos address in May.

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12 (upi) — Six Stars From The Original Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory Reunited Thursday To Celebrate The Classic Film's 44th Anniversary.

David Heyman set for Producers Guild of America honor 12, 2015 at 2:37 PM Comments ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 12 (UPI) — Six stars from the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory reunited Thursday to celebrate the classic film’s 44th anniversary. Meeting with NBC in Orlando, Paris Themmen (Mike TeeVee), Rusty Goffe (an Oompa Loompa), Denise Nickerson (Violet Beauregarde), Julie Dawn Cole (Veruca Salt), Michael Bollner (Augustus Gloope) and Peter Ostrum (Charlie Bucket) reminisced about their memorable experience on set of the film for the Today Show. “We think of ourselves as a family,” Themmen, who played the screen-obsessed Mike in the 1971 film adaption of the book by Richard George and Roald Dahl . “Maybe a bit of a dysfunctional family,” he added. Goffe, an original Oompa Loompa older than the once-child stars surrounding him, noted the reunion is “scary” because of the amount of time that passed. “When we made the movie,” he said, motioning to the others, “they were kids.” The truth about a longtime mystery about Willy Wonka’s wonderland was revealed during the reunion: the famous chocolate river in which Bollner’s character Agustus fell was not actually chocolate. “It was water,” he said. “It was disgusting,” Goffe added. The movie’s lead character Charlie, played by Ostrum, grew up to be a veterinarian instead of an actor. “Everybody could be so lucky to have an experience like this and go in a completely different direction,” he said during the interview. Although Gene Wilder , who played the infamous Willy Wonka, was absent from the reunion, another of his movies, Young Frankenstein, made the top 10 list of the Writer Guild of America’s Funniest Screenplays Wednesday. Among others were Dr. Strangelove by Stanley Kubrick and Monty Python and the Holy Grail by Graham Chapman. The top spot for funniest screenplay went to Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman’s Annie Hall.

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All Washed Down Easily With Two Special Bacardi Gran Reserva Rum Drinks Created By Chef/mixologist Ari Taymor Or Wines From The Paso Robles Cab Collective, Making For An Opening Party That Could Have Been More Than Enough To Satisfy Most Appetites.

Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt celebrate their new film  By the Sea  at the opening night party of the 2015 AFI Fest Presented by Audi at the Hollywood To prove that point, in a whirlwind two days, we encountered Bond, Brangelina and Beard, at three star-studded shindigs. It started with Bond, James Bond, as Sony/Columbia Pictures unspooled “Spectre” at a morning-before-wide-release screening on Thursday, November 5, 2015, then invited the lucky crowd (a mix of Academy Award Music Branch voters and voting members of other groups – like my critics’ voting group, the BFCA, who give the Critics Choice Awards out in January) to join singer Sam Smith for lunch at Craig’s in WeHo. As Herbie Hancock, David Foster and other music luminaries dug into delicious Honey Truffle Chicken, Spaghetti Squash Primavera and a crazy good Chocolate Pizza (for dessert), Smith made the rounds of the sold-out restaurant along with Jimmy Napes, his songwriting collaborator, together chatting up their “Writing on the Wall” tune that opens “Spectre,” the 24th James Bond film to be unleashed on the world. “The first Bond movie I saw was ‘Tomorrow Never Dies,'” the 23-year-old Smith recalled, then proved he’s not as young as he seems, by adding, “But my favorite Bond song is ‘Diamonds Are Forever.'” And who is his favorite Bond? Sir Roger Moore, it seems. Smith is already an internationally renowned musician, but being a part of the Bond franchise cannot help but launch his career into the stratosphere. Speaking of stratospheric stars, Brangelina descended on the TCL Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard that evening, to open the annual AFI Fest 2015 Presented by Audi. Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt brought all their glitter and glam to the opening night gala, as “By the Sea” celebrated its world premiere. First, Hollywood’s golden couple worked the crowd on the boulevard, gladhanding and taking selfies with fans, working the red carpet like champs and then presenting the film, which the pair produced and Jolie Pitt wrote and directed. It’s the first time they have starred in a film together since “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” in 2005, where they first met. “By the Sea” is a languid tale of a marriage in crisis, as Jolie Pitt mentioned in her introduction to the film. “This is an emotional film about grief and loss,” she explained to the packed house. But there was no grief at the jammed after party, held at the Roosevelt Hotel across the boulevard. Brad and Angie (who changed from one gorgeous gown to another from red carpet to party) arrived early and stayed late, greeting anyone and everyone who approached. Proving once again that they really are the nicest power couple in Tinseltown! On Friday, it was time for the Beard – James Beard, that is. At the last stop of the massive 10-city James Beard Foundation’s Taste America national epicurean tour, Los Angeles foodies celebrated in style. Held at the lovely Wilshire Ebell, the “Night of Culinary Stars” (which raised funds to benefit the foundation and its many culinary programs, scholarships and other initiatives) began with a cocktail reception that showcased the talents of incredible local chefs and presented a large silent auction as well. There was a sea urchin brioche from James Beard Award winner Timothy Hollingsworth of Otium fame; a densely flavorful smoked kabocha salad by Squirl’s Jessica Koslow; luscious diver scallops with sunchokes and radishes by the Ebell’s own Louis Pechan; and the seriously yummy oxtail sopes served up by Ray Garcia (Broken Spanish). All washed down easily with two special Bacardi Gran Reserva rum drinks created by chef/mixologist Ari Taymor or wines from the Paso Robles Cab Collective, making for an opening party that could have been more than enough to satisfy most appetites. But that was only the beginning, as soon the much-anticipated dinner was served. Atlanta-based James Beard Award-winning chef Hugh Acheson created the second and third courses, a farm egg with crispy rice and then a Snake River Farms New York strip, but it was the first and last courses that seriously sparkled, both from local Los Angeles chefs. The crunchy cucumber and cherry tomato salad created by Animal’s Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo was fresh and bright, while the peanut butter chocolate mousse (and assorted little sweet bites) done by Republique’s Margarita Manzke had everyone swooning with delight. So it wasn’t too surprising that at the after party held at Manzke’s Republique outpost, partygoers found a way to keep on eating. And who wouldn’t, when that famed eatery offered up Black River Russian Osetra caviar served up on crispy potato chips, Gruyere and potato beignets and a groaning board of charcuterie and cheese tidbits?

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Claims Of Two Instances Of Tampered Halloween Candy In Pennsylvania Have Turned Out To Be Hoaxes.

6, 2015 | Posted: 8:36 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 Pa. Halloween candy needle scare a hoax View Larger Courtesy of WSB-TV The Kennett Square Police Department, located near Philadelphia, says officials received a report of needles being found inside Twix bars. Related By Cox Media Group National Content Desk KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. Claims of two instances of tampered Halloween candy in Pennsylvania have turned out to be hoaxes. The Chester County District Attorney, Tom Hogan, said that photos of a Twix Bar with a needle in it and similar photos of a Snickers bar are not true, KYW-TV reported. Hogan said the posts were a lie and there was no evidence of a crime. He did not say if the people who posted the photos could face charges. Sign up for our WFTV Morning News Headlines Newsletter Sign Up 2015 Cox Media Group . By using this website, you accept the terms of our Visitor Agreement and Privacy Policy , and understand your options regarding Ad Choices . Sign in with your existing account * loginWidget * Sign in with your email * #userInformationForm * * traditionalSignIn_emailAddress * * traditionalSignIn_password * Welcome back. Please sign in * #userInformationForm * * traditionalSignIn_emailAddress * * traditionalSignIn_password * Select a display name and password * #socialRegistrationForm * * socialRegistration_displayName * * socialRegistration_emailAddress * * traditionalRegistration_password * * traditionalRegistration_passwordConfirm * Tell us about yourself * registration_firstName * * registration_lastName * * registration_postalZip * * registration_birthday * * registration_gender * *Indicates Required Field Already have an account? Sign In * #registrationForm * * traditionalRegistration_displayName * * traditionalRegistration_emailAddress * * traditionalRegistration_password * * traditionalRegistration_passwordConfirm * Tell us about yourself * registration_firstName * * registration_lastName * * registration_postalZip * * registration_birthday * * registration_gender * *Indicates Required Field Already have an account? Sign In * #registrationFormBlank * * registration_firstName * * registration_lastName * * traditionalRegistration_displayName * * traditionalRegistration_emailAddressBlank * * registration_birthday * * registration_gender * * registration_postalZip * * traditionalRegistration_passwordBlank * * traditionalRegistration_passwordConfirmBlank * *Indicates Required Field * /registrationForm * Thank you for registering! We have sent you a confirmation email. Please check your email and click on the link to activate your account. Close Thank you for registering!

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Smith Said It's Possible For Someone To Have Injected The Candy With A Tiny Needle And Suggested Inspecting The Pieces With A Magnifying Glass.

MARYS, Ga. – After a St. Marys family received tainted Halloween candy, doctors at American Family Care in Jacksonville announced Tuesday that they are screening candy with high-tech X-ray equipment to make sure other kids do not open or eat contaminated candy. The X-ray is free. The St. Marys Police Department received a report Monday of pills found inside Snickers candy bars. One was a “bite sized” bar and the other was a “fun sized” bar. One of the pills was identified as Risperdal, which is an anti-psychotic medicine. It’s used to treat schizophrenia and symptoms of bipolar disorder. Some of the side effects are headache, dizziness, drowsiness, tired feeling, tremors, twitching or uncontrollable muscle movements, anxiety, dry mouth, constipation or pain in arms or legs. The second pill in the candy was identified as loratadine, which is an antihistamine and the side effects are insomnia, dry mouth, headache, nervousness, dizziness and fatigue. Police are encouraging all parents to carefully check over their children’s Halloween candy by examining the packaging for tampering and slicing the candy into pieces before eating. Smith said it’s possible for someone to have injected the candy with a tiny needle and suggested inspecting the pieces with a magnifying glass. Doctors at American Family Care at 13457 Atlantic Blvd., Suite 5, in Jacksonville have added their expertise to help parents check candy. If you discover any candy that has been tainted with unknown substances, please contact your local law enforcement officials. Copyright 2015 by News4Jax.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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The Wilbur Chocolate Candy Americana Museum And Candy Store In Lititz Will Remain Open, According To The Release.

wilbur Cargill announced in a press release issued today that the Wilbur Chocolate plant in Lititz will be shut down and the production currently done there moved to other, more modern facilities owned by Cargill. The move will cost 130 employees their jobs in Lititz. The Wilbur Chocolate Candy Americana Museum and Candy Store in Lititz will remain open, according to the release. Cargill says it will continue to employ approximately 2,200 employees in its Cocoa and Chocolate and other businesses throughout Pennsylvania. Here is the release issued by Cargill: MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ In early 2016, Cargill will continue to take steps to improve and expand its chocolate, compound and chocolate liquor production offerings and services for North American food and beverage companies. In January 2016, Cargill will close its plant in Lititz, Penn., on Broad Street and shift production of these offerings to Cargills other, more modern and efficient plants in Mount Joy, Lititz (West Lincoln Avenue) and Hazleton, Penn.; Milwaukee; and Ontario, Canada. Also in January, Cargill will centralize its North American Cocoa and Chocolate leadership, administrative and customer-focused roles in Milwaukee and Minneapolis. Previously these functions were based in Lititz and other locations throughout North America. Cargills Milwaukee facility features extensive production and product development capabilities and an expansive, modern office space. Minneapolis is home to Cargills corporate headquarters and this move will bring its North American Cocoa and Chocolate business closer to the companys vast administrative, research and development and marketing resources. As a result of these changes, approximately 130 jobs, mostly those working at the plant in Lititz, will be eliminated, effective in January 2016. Approximately 30 other employees will be reassigned or offered relocation options for positions at one of Cargills other North American cocoa and chocolate sites. These are very difficult decisions, especially when they involve people who have done such great work for us over the years, said Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate North America president, Bryan Wurscher. We are committed to helping those who are impacted find other employment and assist them with this transition. The historic Wilbur Chocolate Candy Americana Museum and Candy Store in Lititz will remain open. Cargill will continue to employ approximately 2,200 employees in its Cocoa and Chocolate and other businesses throughout Pennsylvania. Cargill is taking these steps to help bring its customers expanded product offerings, increased production capacities and efficiencies. Cargills cocoa and chocolate business operates globally with 27 sites in 11 countries with more than 3,000 employees and serves customer needs worldwide with a distinctive range of innovative and high quality cocoa and chocolate products, tailor-made for confectionery, bakery, dairy, and other applications.

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Dunkin’ Donuts’ Coolest New Way To Enjoy Hotchocolatehappiness Joins The Brand’s Full Lineup Of Blended Frozen Beverages, Launched This Year Following The Installation Of New Blenders At Dunkin’ Donuts Restaurants Throughout The U.s.dunkin’ Donuts’ Blended Frozen Beverages Menu Includes Two Varieties Of Freshly Prepared Fruit Smoothies, Strawberry Banana And Tropical Mango, Both Made With Real Fruit And Creamy Low-fat Yogurt.

Dunkin 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Colder weather is coming soon, and Dunkin’ Donuts is now offering guests a cool new hot chocolate choice by adding a bit of chill to this winter favorite. Dunkin’ Donuts is giving hot chocolate fans the chance to run hot or cold, now serving any of the brand’s famous hotchocolates either hot or in a new frozen version at select Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide. These include favorite Hot Chocolate flavors such asOriginal, Mint and Frozen Dunkaccino,an indulgent beverage with a unique blend of mocha and coffee flavors which was introduced earlier this year. View photo . Dunkin’ Donuts’ coolest new way to enjoy hotchocolatehappiness joins the brand’s full lineup of blended frozen beverages, launched this year following the installation of new blenders at Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout the U.S.Dunkin’ Donuts’ blended frozen beverages menu includes two varieties of freshly prepared Fruit Smoothies, Strawberry Banana and Tropical Mango, both made with real fruit and creamy low-fat yogurt. Dunkin’ Donuts is also serving Coolatta Lite, a lighter version of the Dunkin’ Donuts’ popular frozen Coolatta beverages. According to Jeff Miller, Executive Chef and Vice President of Product Innovation for Dunkin’ Brands, “Our new blended frozen beverage platform has provided exciting new options our on-the-go guests can enjoy anywhere, any time of day. As weather turns colder in many parts of the country, we know people are craving the taste of hot chocolate and seeking easy ways to treat themselves during a busy day or favorite winter activities. We are excited to serve both hot or frozen versions of classic hot chocolate to give our guests more choices to enjoy all day long all throughout the season.” Dunkin’ Donuts also offersHot Cocoa K-Cup pods*to enjoy a cup of Dunkin’ Donuts’ classic hot chocolate in the comfort of home. Sold exclusively at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants, Dunkin’ Donuts Hot Cocoa K-Cup pods are for use with the Keurig Single-Cup Brewing system. To learn more about Dunkin’ Donuts, visit www.DunkinDonuts.com or follow us on Facebook ( www.facebook.com/DunkinDonuts ) and Twitter ( www.twitter.com/DunkinDonuts ). *K-Cup is a trademark of Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., used with permission. K-Cup pods are for use in Keurig K-Cup brewing systems, including Keurig 2.0 About Dunkin’ Donuts Founded in 1950, Dunkin’ Donuts is America’s favorite all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods. Dunkin’ Donuts is a market leader in the hot regular/decaf/flavored coffee, iced coffee, donut, bagel and muffin categories. Dunkin’ Donuts has earned the No. 1 ranking for customer loyalty in the coffee category by Brand Keys for nine years running. The company has more than 11,500 restaurants in 40 countries worldwide. Based in Canton, Mass., Dunkin’ Donuts is part of the Dunkin’ Brands Group, Inc. ( DNKN ) family of companies. For more information, visit www.DunkinDonuts.com . Contact:

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In Partnership With The City Of Newark And The United Way Of Essex County, The Brand Will Host The M&m’s Family Fun Zone From 4 8 P.m.

22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — From choosing the perfect costume to finding the best spots for trick-or-treating, Halloween is all about fun. However, for some communities, Halloween isn’t a moment of celebration but a missed opportunity to have a scary good time. So this year, M&M’S is bringing its trademark colorful fun to Newark, New Jersey the birthplace of America’s favorite chocolate candies and a vibrant community that deserves some fun. Today, Mars Chocolate North America announced M&M’S Brand will sponsor a two-day Halloween celebration the entire community of Newark can enjoy, complete with a Halloween pop-up M&M’S store, 15,000 free costumes, celebrity appearance from recording artist Kelly Rowland and one thing that can make any Halloween more colorful free M&M’S Chocolate Candies. “Newark is a community right in our own backyard with a strong historical connection to M&M’S,” said Tanya Berman, Senior Brand Director, M&M’S Brand. “I can’t imagine a better way to celebrate our shared heritage than by creating an event that will enable the entire community to come have a good time this Halloween.” Halloween Pop-Up Store Comes to Newark M&M’S will kick off its two-day Halloween celebration with the launch of the brand’s first-ever Halloween themed pop-up store in the heart of downtown Newark. Residents are invited to visit the M&M’S store, located at 744 Broad Street, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 27 and Wednesday, Oct. 28. The store will distribute up to 15,000 free children’s costumes made for children ages 12 and under on a first-come, first-serve basis. The store also will hand out free candy to those in attendance. To receive costumes and candy all children must be accompanied by an adult. M&M’S Creates Family Fun Zone Featuring Celebrities The fun doesn’t stop there. In partnership with the City of Newark and the United Way of Essex County, the brand will host the M&M’S Family Fun Zone from 4 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct.

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Hodders Original Recipe.

Doctors advice: Do not try to travel for family functions and write about food. Fortunately, when I was ready to look at food again, there was a simple recipe from one of my favorite contributors, Jen Hodder. I try all the recipes submitted to me by readers of this column. Honestly, I try them all I have an editor. For Jens recipe, I substituted white chocolate chips, not because I have an affinity for any chips of any color (call my lawyers) it was just all I had at the time. But after doing it my way, I differ to Ms. Hodders original recipe. It works. Pumpkin Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies Ingredients: 2 and 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 and 3/4 quick oats 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 and 1/3 cups packed light-brown sugar 2/3 cup granulated sugar 1 and 1/4 teaspoons vanilla 1 and 1/4 pumpkin puree 1 and 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips parchment paper (you will need a bunch this year!) Preparation: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a medium mixing bowl whisk flour, oats, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger until well combined. Set aside. In a large bowl beat together butter and sugars until creamy. Next blend in egg, vanilla and pumpkin puree until combined. With mixer set on low speed, slowly add dry ingredients, mixing until just blended. Let batter rest 10 minutes, giving the oats time to absorb the liquids. Mix in chocolate chips.

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Mark Hamrick: Secretary, We’ll Hope For Results Along The Lines That You’re Discussing There In The Coming Months.

That is fiscally disastrous for a state and local government to be doing this month-to-month planning, that cost money. And that’s why we need to act now, and if someone wants to criticize the pace of job growth, they need to take action to help us get back to hitting doubles and triples, as we’ve been doing with some good regularity in past months and years. And the way you can do that is in the next 30 days, let’s have an action plan on all of these areas that I’ve discussed. Mark Hamrick: Secretary, we’ll hope for results along the lines that you’re discussing there in the coming months. It’s always great to catch up with you, thanks so much for your time. Secretary Perez: My pleasure, you have a good day. Mark Hamrick: Labor Secretary Thomas Perez. And for more information about the job market, including career tips and the hottest areas for hiring, check out Bankrate.com. (TRANSITION) This week in business history: Oct. 19, 1987. We go back to a date that some investors would rather forget. It was on that day more than 2 decades ago that the stock market had its worst one day crash in modern history. The Dow Jones Industrials Average fell 22.6%. It might not sound so monstrous by today’s standards, but a 508 point drop left the index of 30 stocks at the 1,738 level. Fortunately, the market rebounded in succeeding days and there was little significant economic impact lingering from Black Monday. Nevertheless, it was a plunge for the record books. (TRANISITION) Mark Hamrick: We are going to talk about the “Price of Fright” and to do that now, we are joined by Sheyna Steiner, one of my Bankrate.com colleagues in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Sheyna, our readers may be aware that we have been compiling this Halloween celebration cost index for several years now. What did you find this time around? Sheyna Steiner: This year the prices for Halloween items went down overall, but individual items did go up a little bit. There was one expensive item in the index, the decorative skeleton that was discontinued by one retailer, and replaced with a much less expensive one.

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