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Human Trafficking network discovered in Ensenada

A trafficking network was uncovered after the Ensenada Municipal Police presented a report indicating that they had located a group of people suspected Salsipuedes Field, located 30 kilometers north of the city of Ensenada .

 

Human Trafficking Network discovered in Ensenada

According to the official report, around 14:40 C-4 reported that in the tourist field called Salsipuedes to kilometer 97 +650 of the Tijuana-Ensenada scenic road, the security guards had secured the site 15 people.

The agents of the Sauzal Police, observed a group of people, which was at the edge of the beach, they were guarded by security personnel at the tourist camp.

The officers met with security guards, who explained that they arrived just before a boat came in which was carrying 20 people, who were on the beach.

Then came a pick-up in blue and took five people, before the guards arrived at the edge of the beach to intervene.

Questioning the 15 insured, all nationals from inside the country, they confirmed that they were taken on board a boat from the night of August 22 were decomposed so were stranded at the height of the Island of All Saints .

They added that on Thursday August 23, came to them a boat to which came and took them to the edge of the tourist area in question, telling them to wait at the place and they were going to go for them, retiring the driver of the boat .

Almost simultaneously came a blue pick-up type vehicle, which took five people with the promise that the vehicle back for others and bring them food.

At that time the officers realized that a blue Nissan Pick-up model 2000, AN-39 414 plates, which was driven by one named Samuel Espericueta Najar, 46 years old.

When questioned he revealed he was coming from Tijuana to fish, and he questioned about the first five people who took them in the city of Tijuana for a thousand dollars was paid to deliver food to people and bring them of that place and the remaining 15 had paid between 3000-6000 dollars each to cross into the United States.

With this information the man was arrested and the 15 people rescued of which, five were women and 10 men who said to come from the states of Chihuahua, Jalisco, Oaxaca, Mexico State, Tlaxcala, among others.

Al Najar was questioned about the first five people whom he took to a village near the north, where he left to take public transportation to take them to the city of Tijuana.

The remaining 15 people were taken to the doctor on call for medical recovery and subsequently were presented before Judge Qualifier, which take turns to Samuel Najar determined the Federal Public Ministry for the crime of Human Trafficking, and the 15 people as filed with the same authority.

The vehicle was towed to a storage yard and made available to the same authority.

 
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Posted by on 08/25/2012 in Crime!, Human Trafficking

 

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Law to Combat Crimes against Women require mandatory 40-60 year jail term

Law to Combat Crimes against Women require mandatory 40-60 year jail term

The amendment requires the Attorney General’s Office to train nationwide to prosecutors and specialize them so they know to distinguish the cases

From now on anyone who commits the crime of femicide will receive a jail term of 40-60 years, which is already incorporated in the Federal Criminal Code and was announced by President Felipe Calderon in enacting the amendments to the Law to Combat Crimes against Women.

During the event held in Los Pinos, the President announced that the reform law requires the Attorney General’s Office to train nationwide to prosecutors and specialize them so they know to distinguish the cases of femicide.

He noted that another major reform of this law is that in addition to punishing the perpetrators of sexual harassment and abuse, an offense which a subordinate away his head to avoid being accused of sexually abusing her.

Also issued in Los Pinos, the General Law on the Prevention, Punishment and Eradication of Trafficking and from this day all government ministries in the country are required by law to act on its own after being informed that a woman, man or child a victim of trafficking.

In announcing the new law, the president announced that in Mexico there are thousands of women against their will are forced into prostitution, begging or working without pay, by their traffickers, who deprived them of freedom.

The new law, he said, requires three levels of government, federal, state and municipalities to work together to rescue those who are victims of this crime. He said that behind many nightclubs “there is this which is one of the worst forms of slavery … the Mexican state cannot remain silent about this, the decrees promulgated today respond to that.”

 
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Posted by on 06/14/2012 in Abused Women, Crime!

 

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Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM in Santiago

Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM
Teen forced into prostitution, rescued by PGJEM

The under aged 14 year old had been hired as a waitress in a bar called “La Gloria” where the Teen was required to charge 200 pesos for each sexual service she provided

Elements of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (PGJEM) rescued a 14-year-old who was forced into prostitution in a building where alcoholic beverages in Zumpango expendían.

According to information from the attorney Mexico State, following the report of the disappearance of the child, got an operation in the brewery known as “La Gloria”, located in the neighborhood of Santiago, where they found the victim ingesting alcoholic beverages and waiting for customers who would provide sexual services.

The inquiries revealed that the minor was hired as a waitress, which meant receiving a commission of 30 pesos for every drink to take with customers. In the house were secured in charge of the premises, Veronica “N” “N”, 35, who was paid 200 pesos as commission for each sexual service effected the victim and Jose Abel “N” “N”, 40 years, both linked to trial for the crime of trafficking .

The detainees were brought before the Public Prosecutor, who began the research folder 503540950044412, which was related to the folder 483310360602512, initiated by the missing person report.

 
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Posted by on 05/02/2012 in Abused Children, Crime!

 

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Mexican authorities rescued three women-forced into prostitution, by two men!

These two men-Forced victimes into Prostitution!

These two men-Forced victimes into Prostitution!

The Attorney General of the Federal District (PGJDF) rescued three women who were forced into prostitution in the areas of Sullivan and La Merced and captured two men who shall be earmarked in the coming hours.

At a press conference the head of the agency, Miguel Angel Mancera, said those arrested are; Jonathan Luciano Valenzuela and Ricardo Juarez Bautista Jimenez, who are likely responsible for the crimes of human trafficking, corruption of minors and procuring.

He noted that one of the minor victims a native of Veracruz, was brought against her will to Mexico City in February, after a brief stay in Puebla, where she was raped by Bautista Valenzuela.

The victim also said that the subject was prostituted for 50 days in a hotel located on Sullivan Street and that three thousand or four thousand dollars was obtained daily and then was locked in a hotel in Colonia Morelos.

The victim said that once she sought to escape the hotel, but was discovered by Luciano Juarez, who over-powered her and forced her into one of the rooms, where Ricardo Bautista hit her and threatened to murder her if she tried to escape again.

The complainant said that in recent days she could escape and return to her home, when they were taken to Puebla to mark the birthday of Baptist Valenzuela, who beat them when he was drunk, with the phone and started to annoy the family and companions of the victim.

Mancera Espinosa said that by arresting the two alleged perpetrators, the elements of the Investigation Police rescued the other two victims, aged 20 and 25 years of age, same as formalized their complaint against Ricardo Bautista for the crime of pandering.

A prostitute who was held for three years in various hotels in La Merced, and Sullivan, paid two thousand dollars daily to Jonathan Bautista.

The other said she met this guy a year ago and since then he forced her into sex-service and at the end of each day she turned over two thousand 500 pesos a day.

 
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Posted by on 10/29/2011 in Crime Watch, Crime!

 

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