Image zoom Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call Cindy McCain is apologizing after recently reporting suspected human trafficking at the Phoenix airport because she saw a woman and child together who were not the same race — but her fears turned out to be unfounded. Police investigated and said there was “no evidence” of wrongdoing, according to local news. Initially, the widow of Sen. John McCain told Arizona radio station KTAR on Monday: “I came in from a trip I’d been on and I spotted — it looked odd — it was a woman of a different ethnicity than the child, this little toddler she had, and something didn’t click with me.” “I went over to the police and told them what I saw, and they went over and questioned her,” McCain, a co-chair of the Arizona governor’s Council on Human Trafficking, recalled, “and, by God, she was trafficking that kid … She was waiting for the guy who bought the child to get off an airplane.” RELATED: Cindy McCain Reflects on Last Moments with John: ‘Living Without Him Is Not an Easy Adjustment’ KTAR reports that Phoenix police looked into the incident at McCain’s request. But Sgt. Armando Carbajal told KTAR… Read full this story
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