San Luis Province Argentina: whiskerías investigated for human trafficking

According to one researcher speculated, on Saturday morning, the storm subsided the number of customers in the three southern whiskey bars of San Luis that were raided by members of the Federal Agency Cuyo. Six people, two managers for every local, said the source, were arrested. Monica Spagnuolo, the federal prosecutor in San Luis, who is in charge of the case, reported last night that those arrested are charged and still analyzes the evidence collected by the Federal Police and expects professional reports that the alternadoras interviewed to establish if you set the crime of human trafficking.
The prosecutor said the investigation began after information came from La Pampa. The data referred to in two nightspots of Good Hope and other Bagual could be situations of trafficking. “The sites raided in Good Hope, told the researcher, although not in the downtown, not in the suburbs. One has no name. The other is identified as ‘Tami’. And of Bagual is on the route of entry into the town. It’s called ‘Tamara’ “. All are closed down, Spagnuolo said.
Although it can not assert that it is in cases of trafficking, the prosecutor considered that the raids they confirmed that there are women vulnerable – “per se, the prostitute who is vulnerable,” he said, and it was found that no exploitation sexual. Read Article

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