Mongolian police arrested an American citizen charged of human trafficking

Mongolian media reported today that joint working group of the Criminal police authority and State Investigation Authority  of Mongolia arrested a man named  Patrick Earl Maanao, a US citizen that resides in Mongolia from his home last Friday.

According to the story, Maanao was living in Mongolia since 2008  and was attempting to lure Mongolian women and girls into prostitution  in Saipan island under the disguise of helping them “work in the USA”.  He was working with his wife  Unursaikhan, Mongolian citizen who was mainly responsible to identify and find the potential victims and organizing the travel. The couple were married in Mongolia and have 2 daughters.

When he was arrested from his home, his wife Unursaikhan was in Saipan island which is part of US territory. Photos of naked women and documents of the 11 Mongolian women about to be sent  abroad has been found from the American man’s home. He was plannning to send the women by first week of the Feb, 2014, according to the story. The women were between the ages of 20-24.

The couple agreed with the women that they will get 20 percent of the profits earned by working in Saipan. The women were supposed to work at nightclubs and karaoke as strippers and table-girls in the Island of Saipan, according to confessions of Maanao.The police said the investigation is still continuing.

We at MonInfo news service will be following this story...

Following are the links to the original stories:
http://www.news.mn/content/169086.shtml

http://undesten.mn/s/41441



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