Yeah, Nicholas Kristof, what about it?
Nicholas Kristof, the columnist for the New York Times, writes constantly about the scourge of sex trafficking. His super-star shining saint he promoted constantly was Somaly Mam. Ooops. It turns out she was a fraud from beginning to end who scammed lots of people out of millions of their hard-earned dollars with fake sob stories. Fake sob stories that Kristof promoted world-wide through his column.
And now he says? Er, not much. It’s tough for him to decide what to think I guess. That’s a far cry from “Sorry, I was an willing puppet of a woman who tugged on your heartstrings with bogus stories.” It turns out that the whole issue of sex trafficking in Cambodia is basically a scam.
But everybody loves a good story, right?