Jenny Williamson, photographed at Courage House in 2015. The Sacramento-area home for teen sex-trafficking victims closed in June. Williamson has vowed to reopen and is raising funds.
Jenny Williamson, photographed at Courage House in 2015. The Sacramento-area home for teen sex-trafficking victims closed in June. Williamson has vowed to reopen and is raising funds. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
Jenny Williamson, photographed at Courage House in 2015. The Sacramento-area home for teen sex-trafficking victims closed in June. Williamson has vowed to reopen and is raising funds. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file

‘Spiritual warfare,’ ‘demonic attacks.’ The role religion played in home for sex-trafficking victims

December 18, 2016 4:00 AM

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