“From Cuba I left by plane for Guyana, then I entered Brazil, and from there I went to the border of Peru, to Inabari and Iberia. We stayed one night and they picked us up the next day Porto Maldonado Then we left for Juliaca and finally Lima, where the police intervened.
This is the story of Rainier Gonzalez Albizar (37)Cuban, He was arrested along with his six other companions after being caught by a criminal network dedicated to human trafficking With contacts on the borders of Brazil, Bolivia and Ecuador.
“Mrs. Sandra told us that Jonathan was going to wait for us in Lima, but when we got to the terminal there was no one; “Also, they told us that they were going to go from Lima to Tumbes and from there to Ecuador,” he said.
In this way, The organization recruited immigrants from India, Pakistan, Cuba, Haiti, Egypt, and the Dominican Republic. Venezuela, Cameroon, Ethiopia and Kenya have promised to take them to the United States.
Investigators believe that more than 500 people entered the country through Iñapari (Madre de Dios) and Desaguadero (Puno), and that the mafia pocketed about two million soles.
There are 11 inmates charged by the Office of the Special Prosecutor against organized crime. and the PNP’s Directorate Against Trafficking in Persons and Illegal Smuggling of Migrants to coordinate the criminal network ‘Los Traficantes del Oriente’.
Intelligence operations enabled us to find out who the members were and who was responsible for the criminal network.
This system has been running since 2019. “It’s hard work with the prosecutor’s office,” PNP General Ulises Guillén pointed out. “We’re going to continue to fight against organized crime,” said attorney Jorge Chavez.
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