Vanessa Junkin, DelmarvaNow
2:29 p.m. EDT August 17, 2015
The two victims were able to escape while they were left with someone else.
From mental health to self esteem to trust to safety, one of Marcus Foreman’s human trafficking victims spoke about how his actions, and the others involved, have negatively impacted her life.
“I just don’t feel like I’m safe anymore,” the victim said.
Foreman, 36, of Berlin, entered Alford pleas on Monday to human trafficking — take/cause involving that victim, and human trafficking — explicit performance involving a different victim. With an Alford plea, a defendant doesn’t admit guilt but realizes there may be enough evidence for a conviction...