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“They didn’t have a lot of choice about what happened, so they have a lot of choices now,” said Johnson, a nurse who has examined sexual assault victims as young as 2 and as old as 84. It’s not just the tiny box of Q-tips, swabs and hair samples — it’s bags of clothing and bedding. But since it’s technically not evidence yet, many metro area police departments — including those in Ramsey County — won’t take them until there’s a case. But not many people understand that number, what it means.

So Johnson watches those orphan kits, waiting for the people who gave them to call her back and tell her what to do. A chunk of those kits are “anonymous,” belonging to people who don’t want police involved, at least not yet.

Paul gets full, Ellen Johnson gets, in her words, “frantic.” It’s full of sexual assault evidence-collection kits that nobody wants. To tell you the truth, if my refrigerator has room, I’ll keep it longer,” Johnson said.One of the crazier things is a tiny circle of people who still unquestioningly defend this person, saying he could not possibly have committed acts they know nothing about and accuse you of leftist bias.How on god's green earth, you ask yourself, did the prospect that someone might have abused children suddenly become a matter of left and right?Her task is to pinpoint which Twin Cities ads are selling people, particularly children, for sex.Photographs of girls — they’re almost always girls — with bruised bodies and the track marks of drug use tip her off to possible sex-trafficking crimes.

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