BREAKING: 16 alleged victims of human trafficking rescued following raid on Kitty house

BREAKING: 16 alleged victims of human trafficking rescued following a raid on Kitty house:

Sixteen females are presently providing statements to the Police Major Crimes, Trafficking in Persons Unit after they were rescued on Tuesday following a raid conducted in Kitty, Georgetown.

The females- 14 of whom are Venezuelans, 1 Cuban and 1 Dominican Republic- were reportedly discovered in a house located in David Street, Kitty, Georgetown. The building was reportedly guarded.

The security guard for the premises has since been taking into custody for questioning.

This information was confirmed by a senior police source who said that the rescued females “are suspected to be victims of Human Trafficking, working at a bar …situated at Garnett Street.”

 Investigations are ongoing.

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This is very distressing news. The AFC/PNC used to accuse the PPP for everything negative in Guyana. Even Glen Lall was exposed by USA for alleged involvement in Human trafficking too.

These issues are not political but the AFC/PNC used to politicize it with tooting horns. 

Kudos to the police for busting this ring.

yuji22 posted:

This is very distressing news. The AFC/PNC used to accuse the PPP for everything negative in Guyana. Even Glen Lall was exposed by USA for alleged involvement in Human trafficking too.

These issues are not political but the AFC/PNC used to politicize it with tooting horns. 

Kudos to the police for busting this ring.

Hari Bol, them gat to show the Americans they doing some kind of wok in human trafficking. 

This is only 10% of what’s operational in the country, but  government official and senior police officer getting kick back. 

The officers does go after the people who don’t pay to their demands. 

BREAKING: Four arrested at Garnett St. bar in connection with

trafficking

of 16 females

Police on Thursday afternoon descended upon a bar located at Garnett Street, Newtown, Kitty, Georgetown and arrested four persons in connection with human trafficking.

This is according to a police source who confirmed that the persons were taken into custody for trafficking in persons.

INews had reported on Tuesday that sixteen females were rescued by ranks attached to the Police Major Crimes Unit, Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Division following a raid conducted at a David Street, Kitty house.

The women- 14 of whom are Venezuelan, 1 Cuban and 1 Dominican Republic- provided statements to investigators on Wednesday.

The security guard attached to the building where they were being kept was also apprehended.

Moreover, it is alleged that the home that was raided belongs to a cricketer.

This information was confirmed by a senior police source who said that the rescued females “are suspected to be victims of Human Trafficking at a bar …situated at Garnett Street.”

 Investigations are ongoing.

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Prince posted:

Moreover, it is alleged that the home that was raided belongs to a cricketer.

Dem boys wukin it hard in the "crease"  "knockin" sheer sixes.... tarassss.

It sure is sad when people resort to having others use their bodies just so they can pay the bills. 

Not sure what the big issue is.  As long as they are adults, made their choice and are not abused. 

Punani is the most traded commodity in the world. It’s traded on main street, high society, all over. Women trade it for food, lifestyle, position, power, pleasure, etc.

I disagree. Adult or not, many of them are lured into prostitution and sex slave. Women can easily be swayed by nice talk and good promises. I am not discounting the ones that are doing it as a career in the age-old industry. I am talking about the women who are facing hardship where predators aim at their vulnerability. 

Baseman posted:

Not sure what the big issue is.  As long as they are adults, made their choice and are not abused. 

Punani is the most traded commodity in the world. It’s traded on main street, high society, all over. Women trade it for food, lifestyle, position, power, pleasure, etc.

I am sure the GNI Ladies will disagree with you. 

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