Human traffickers nabbed by intelligence agency

Special agents of the Mongolian Central Intelligence Agency nabbed a criminal group engaged in human trafficking. The group consisted of Mongolian and Macao and Hongkong, Malaysia. Mongolian mastermind is called G.Batdelger and people called Sin, Michael from Hongkong, Macao, Malaysia also involved in the group. They admitted to trafficking about 20 young Mongolian girls to Macao and Hongkong.

Mongolian members of the group were named G.Batdelger, G.Ganzorig, B.Burneebayar, G.Selenge, G.Chinzorig, youth age of 20-25.These youth lured victims by promising them to find work as waitresses and tailors in Macao and Hongkong.Once abroad, passports of the victims were confiscated and then sold to massage parlors.Victims were forced to have sex with customers of the parlors from 2 pm to 05 am. Several times the victims attempted to escape, but Sin and Michael have contacts with immigration and police in Macao and Malaysia, all their attempts were futile. The criminals reportedly makes $ 500-700 dollars from each victim once sell them to massage parlors. If convicted, the youth of the criminal group may sit behind bars for 10-15 years.


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