Mexico City, Mexico: 46 Trafficking Victims Rescued

Posted on July 3, 2013 • Filed under: Crime, Human Smuggling, Mexico, Police/Military Activity

On June 30, 2013 Radio La Primerísima reported that 46 women were rescued from the “Cadillac” bar in Mexico City after apparently being victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation. According to authorities, of the 46 victims 27 were Mexican and the rest of foreign birth, including Venezuelans, Hondurans and Dominicans. 40 suspects were also arrested during the police operation.

According to reports from the local press, the “Cadillac” bar is owned by Alejandro Iglesias Rebollo, who previously owned the nightclub Lobohombo where a fire in 2000 killed 21 people. Read Article

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