Skip to comments.9 charged in sex slavery case in LA
Posted on 08/10/2007 10:18:28 AM PDT by fishhound
LOS ANGELES - Nine Guatemalans were indicted for their roles in an alleged sex trafficking ring that lured young women to the United States with promises of good jobs and then forced them into prostitution, according to federal court records. ADVERTISEMENT
Four of the defendants pleaded not guilty in January to sex trafficking charges in the case. A superseding indictment, unsealed Thursday, includes more serious allegations that five of the 12 victims were minors.
According to the new 50-count indictment, the defendants at times sold Guatemalan women and girls to one another like slaves and allegedly brought the victims to witch doctors who threatened to put curses on them and their families if they ran away.
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LA? I thought it was Louisiana!.........Wouldn’t surprise me there! Heck, it wouldn’t even be news!.......
All parties are illegal?
But, but we don’t have a security problem and if we did there’s nothing to be done about it!
Just doing the slave trading that we Americans won’t do...
This is modern day slavery and needs to be a higher priority for the feds.
Thankfully the USA is one of the countries leading the charge against these people, for lack of a better word.
Doing jobs American hookers wont do!
The Mayor’s Office?
There was a post a while back about trafficking from Korea, the clientele appears largely Anglo. There have been busts here as well of the so-called asian massage parlors.
Good thing Bush is cracking down on illegals. /sarc
Kids....my God they're trading in the flesh of children...
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