Puebla Mexico: 21 rescued from human trafficking so far 2012

Posted on August 14, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Human Smuggling, Mexico, Organized Crime

The Attorney General of Justice (PGJ), Victor Antonio Carrancá Bourget, reported that about 21 victims of human trafficking have been rescued so far this year.

He said the total, two were recovered during an operation that the authorities place last weekend in the capital of Puebla, the same that led to a preliminary investigation.

“So far this year we rescued 19 victims plus two that were recovered this weekend in an operation in the city of Puebla.” Read Article

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