Human Trafficking – ‘Of sex trade workers and a boatload of illegals’
A 21-year-old Mississauga woman has been accused of forcing a 26-year-old woman to work as a stripper and a hooker in 2009 and is now charged with human trafficking. Her accomplices, a man and a woman, are still out there somewhere, if of course the story the victim is telling is to believed.
Crooked in Canada doesn’t know what the rest of you think about the story the complainant is telling, but the alleged human trafficking happened almost, if not, three years ago and the complainant was only forced to work in the sex industry for a few months.
CC is wondering why now and what took the alleged victim so long to seek justice — assuming of course she only came forward with her accusations in recent months.
Maybe the unidentified was illegal immigrant and was forced to work off the cost of bringing her into Canada through the back door. Or maybe its just a case of sour grapes between the accuser and the accused, Vanessa Cachia.
Maybe a combination of both, eh?
Nevertheless, the woman is also claiming that not only was she forced to work in the sex trade industry, but that the accused and her yet-to-be arrested co-conspirators took her identification from her, and took the money she earned spreading her legs and stripping in clubs.
In an unrelated case, police in the nation’s capital have arrested two teenage girls and are currently searching for a third in regards to allegations that they were running an under-aged prostitution.
Here’s to hoping that no government officials or their staff up there on Parliament Hill don’t get caught up in the web of human trafficking.
Oh but what a juicy news story it would make, eh?
And then there are the Sri Lankan boat people who were making their way to Canada from West Africa, but were arrested at Benin, a suspected transit hub for human trafficking.
148 wannabe illegal immigrants, some of whom no doubt had ties to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (terrorist organisation trying to establish headquarters in Toronto if they haven’t already), were arrested after a smuggling syndicate demanded more money from them and threatened to harm them if they didn’t pay up.
Obviously somebody called the cops and at the end of the day, all of the boat people agreed to be deported to Sri Lanka, where they will start their journey to Canada again.
Good luck to them and how lucky for Canadian taxpayers that they failed in their mission.