Three Ecuadorian women accept work in Chile to find out it was sex work, escape

Posted on February 27, 2017 • Filed under: Chile, Crime, Ecuador, Human Smuggling

Three Women from Ecuador promised jobs in Chile, find they would be forced into sex work. Three Ecuadorian men traveling with them forced to work in a brick factory. Human Trafficking Network Ecuador to Chile.

eltelegrafo.com/ (machine translated)A man who only identified himself as ‘Gabriel’ contacted Ecuadorians and convinced them to travel to Chile. He supposedly would help them with the procedures to enter and also get jobs in which they would earn $ 1,300 each month. The citizens, who were ‘hooked’ in the cities of Guayaquil and Milagro, in the province of Guayas, had to pay him $ 320 (206,400 pesos) and cover the costs of bus transfer to Santiago. At least six Ecuadorians – according to the investigation carried out by the Carabineros OS-9 – accepted the offer and started the trip to the south of the continent. El Mercurio newspaper in Chile, quoted that after several days of travel, the Ecuadorians arrived in Peru and the group in charge of transferring them tried to enter them by the border, specifically by the Paso Chacalluta, in Arica; According to the versions that the investigators later took.

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Due to the abundance of police and Customs officials, the Ecuadorians (three men and three women) were taken to Bolivia to try their luck at another entrance by Colchane in Iquique. This happened on October 15, 2016 and the following day they arrived in Santiago, the capital of the country. A woman identified by Carabineros with the initials NVFG, an Ecuadorian citizen of 40 years, accompanied the six during their first days in the capital. Then he found them a place to stay. “The women were left in a house with a man, who locked them up and told them they would have to work in the sex trade. The victims were frightened and fled there along with NVFG, “said captain Renato Cardenas. “The men were transferred to a brick factory, where they received cell phone calls from the three women who had escaped.” According to the data gathered by the OS-9, NVFG continued to contact the migrants for a few days and then abandoned them. The six Ecuadoreans sought help from the Raices Foundation, which serves foreign victims of human trafficking. The entity alerted the South Regional Prosecutor, who ordered the case to the OS-9. The six victims were briefed and one began to investigate NVFG, who lives in the country. On February 21, the woman was arrested by a team of police officers on Eleuterio Ramírez Street, downtown Santiago. Subsequently, she was taken to the OS-9 barracks, where she gave her statement. Captain Cardenas said that “the detainee acknowledged her participation in the group that handled the trip, but she says they did them a favor. He also said he did not know that they would try to exploit women sexually. ” After the arrest, prosecutor Paula Rojas ordered the suspect to spend the night in a police unit and proceed to the next day to a hearing to control their detention. While the process was being carried out, two victims – a man and a woman – returned to Ecuador and the rest stayed in Chile. World figures Trafficking in people has claimed at least 12 million victims in 2015, according to the United Nations. The International Labor Organization accounts for 21 million people who are victims of forced labor worldwide. This figure includes victims of trafficking for labor and sexual exploitation. (I) SHORT LINK Estimated Reading: 5 min Contains: 1080 words Last modified: Thursday, 23 February 2017 17:25 The latest in Justice Writing Criminality and overcrowding keep jails in crisis Carlos PY to Preparatory Hearing Judgment for crime of Karina del Pozo to review A prisoner for robbery committed femicide in jail Cocaine was taken out of the water Go up Last News Tom Pérez is the Hispanic leader elected by the Democratic Party Ambato festivities will enjoy the sound of Gilberto Santa Rosa and Gente de Zona Barcelona looks for the first championship victory against El Nacional Trump vetoes CNN, The New York Times and other media Los Ríos and Manabí, with 100% of minutes counted Hundreds of bulldogs parade in Mexico in search of Guinness Probe polls put Moreno ahead with 18 points on Lasso Spaniards demonstrate in several cities in favor of hosting refugees ‘Toño’ won his ninth title playing for United Expelled from Guatemala boat proaborto without practicing procedures Solar annular eclipse overshadowed for a minute Argentina and Chile Kim Jong-nam died in 20 minutes by agent VX Barça wins in the Calderón and places provisional leader The Rio Sambadrome prepares for parades with Ivete Sangalo and indigenous people Trump intensifies his enmity with the media 74 Manabi families were resettled in the villages of Nuevo Jaramijó Prosecutor investigates the causes of the oil spill in Las Palmas President Correa visited housing in Atacames for victims ‘Felipao’ scored a goal in the victory of Espanyol ‘Moonlight’ triumphs in Spirit Awards for an Oscar day Tom Pérez is the Hispanic leader elected by the Democratic Party Ambato festivities will enjoy the sound of Gilberto Santa Rosa and Gente de Zona Barcelona looks for the first championship victory against El Nacional Trump vetoes CNN, The New York Times and other media Los Ríos and Manabí, with 100% of minutes counted Hundreds of bulldogs parade in Mexico in search of Guinness Probe polls put Moreno ahead with 18 points on Lasso Spaniards demonstrate in several cities in favor of hosting refugees Read Article

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