Mexico City, Mexico: 2 Bars Closed Following Inspections for Human Trafficking

Posted on July 14, 2013 • Filed under: Crime, Human Smuggling, Mexico, Police/Military Activity

On July 13, 2013 Zócalo Noticias reported that police in Mexico City have closed two bars on suspicion they were centers for human trafficking and because the bars lacked documentation permitting legal operation. The closed establishments, Levó and Voga, are located in the city’s Benito Juárez borough. Police have stepped up inspections of such establishments following a raid on the “Cadillac” bar, where 14 people were arrested on charges of trafficking. Read Article

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