Sometimes one of the kids suddenly gets sick and vomits.
Our psychologist said it's because she remembers what these guys on the Internet asked her to do." Read Oebanda's amazing story -- from rebel fighter to anti-trafficking icon but now she has a new fight One of the girls said: "At the internet café they tell me to take my clothes off and then they make me dance [in front of the camera].
I was kind of embarrassed because I'm not used to being naked like that." Pacquiao, center, and his wife Jinkee, right, display their certificates of candidacy at the election office in Alabel, Sarangani province, in the southern island of Mindanao, on October 2, 2012.
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They told social workers they were heading to a city north of Manila where the trafficker planned a live show in a cybersex den and where they would be prostituted.
Oebanda and lawyers with the Philippines' Department of Justice filed charges against the two suspects, realizing it could be years before the trial is finished.
The interview started out normally, with the girls singing into the microphone and telling us about Tom & Jerry cartoons and the crushes they had on the musician Bruno Mars.
They seemed like typical 12-year-olds, but what they would tell us about what they'd been through, stopped me cold.
The girls told of men coming in off the street and the girls having to perform sexual acts. And perverts took deranged pleasure in watching the girls suffer these terrible abuses.
"Sometimes we had to urinate," says the girl in the middle.Pacquiao shakes hands with a Special Forces Operation Course student during the 49th Special Forces Regiment anniversary at Fort Magsaysay in Nueva Ecija, north of Manila, on June 27, 2011.During the event, Pacquiao received the Honorary Special Forces Warrior Badge, and wore the exclusive Special Forces uniform popularly known as the "Tiger suit."Pacquiao waves as he joins hundreds of other runners in Manila on October 10, 2010, to raise funds and environmental awareness to help revive the Pasig River, a heavily polluted major waterway that cuts through the city of 12 million.We observe that [the victims] are becoming younger and younger." During filming, we witnessed several raids conducted by the Philippines Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking, referred to commonly as IACAT.One of those raids involved two suspected traffickers and four teenage girls coming in to Manila aboard a passenger ferry."The cases we handle in the Visayan Forum is always on trafficking for prostitution and domestic servitude," says Oebanda.