Spanish police dissolve Paraguayan human and drug trafficking network

Posted on June 8, 2011 • Filed under: Drug Activity, Human Smuggling, Paraguay

Police led an operation today in Spain that broke up a human and drug trafficking network in Málaga and Fuengirola that was forcing illegal immigrants from Paraguay to become prostitutes to pay off their debt to the company for flying them to Spain. According to, the network was run by a Spanish man and a Paraguayan woman who coerced girls from Paraguay to travel to Spain in search of honest, well-paid work. Instead, the women worked 24 hours a day for 21 days as prostitutes making paltry sums of money from each client. During the investigation police found various amounts of cocaine on the premise that the network sold to regular clients.
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