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While guest speakers invited to the University of Nevada, Reno were wrapping up their comments about the scourge of human trafficking, 58-year-old Kemp Shiffer, a former IRS agent and retired professor, was handed an indictment for two counts of prostitution-related crimes. He was charged with pimping an 18-year-old prostitute from California. Thankfully, Nevada's students seem to be eager to educate themselves about human trafficking, so they can take action against this form of modern day-slavery. Sarah Canak, representing Women's Federation for World Peace, and the members of the Unity Commission on campus decided to take a stand this week to combat human trafficking, and educate their fellow students and community members about this shocking problem. On Monday, they recruited close to one hundred students to participate in the "Freeze Project",…