TWO CHARGED WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN TRINIDAD

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Two charged with human trafficking, related offences
A Trinidadian couple is expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today on human trafficking and related charges.
The Counter Trafficking Unit (CTU) charged the two last Saturday following receipt of a report from the San Fernando Police Station two months prior.
The charges were laid by PC Ricardo Sealey of the Counter Trafficking Unit.
The suspects, Nigel Ramai and his common-law wife Reanna Meetoo will appear in the Port of Spain Magistrates Court today.
Ramai was charged under the Trafficking in Persons (TIPs) Act Chapter 12:10 for receiving a Venezuelan woman for the purpose of exploitation as stated under Section 4 A (1) of the Sexual Offences Act Chapter 11:28.
The couple was also charged for committing grievous sexual assault on the Venezuelan national.
People found guilty of trafficking in persons are liable to a fine of not less than $500,000 and imprisonment of a minimum of 15 years.
The rescued Venezuelan woman brings the count of victims identified by the CTU to 30 since it was established in January 2013. To date, 18 T&T nationals have been charged with human trafficking and human trafficking-related offences.
Citizens are being urged to report any known or suspected human trafficking activity by calling the CTU’s toll-free Hotline at 800-4288 (4CTU

One thought on “TWO CHARGED WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN TRINIDAD

  1. Dem fi spend Nuff time a jail
    Man fi cock dem up pan di rail
    Bruck stick inna dem batty mek dem moan am wail

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