Saving an Argentine woman who was victimized by trafficking for 32 years Chronicle


An Argentine woman who was kidnapped in 1987, when she was a teenager to be exploited in a brothel in Bolivia, was rescued by the Gendarmerie and was able to celebrate her first Christmas Eve as a family after 32 years. The woman, who is currently 45 years old, was rescued last Saturday along with her 9-year-old son from a garage in Bolivia's Bermejo city, where they were subjected to labor exploitation under conditions of slavery.

The National Gendarmerie reports that Argentineans have been taken "chaving an affair with Bolivia about 32 years ago " and since then his family, from the city of Mar del Plata, has not stopped looking for it. During the first months of this year, according to sources, information was gathered that the woman was in the town of Bermejo (Bolivia), so the Federal Prosecutor's Office in Oran was informed and an investigation was extended to confirm that the residents were there with their small children.

Investigation activities were jointly developed by the National Gendarmerie and the National Police Anti-Special Crime Force (FELCC), Unidad Bermejo, to return the victims to their homes.


In 1987, a Bolivian citizen identified in the case as "AC", around 50 years, took the victim to Bolivia, who was then 13 years old, and his sister, with whom he was dating, with a baby from several months of life under the promise that in that country they will get a job.

After three months, the victim's sister fought with her kidnapper and returned to Argentina but was prevented from bringing her son. After returning, the victims' sisters reported that they had been cheated because once they arrived in Bolivia, the people who took them forced them to work in brothels belonging to their own sisters, who were identified as Lola C, although he cannot determine the city and the exact place where he is.

The complaint was the concern of the Procurator of Trafficking and Exploitation ofonsons, on July 18, 2014, which sent an official letter to Interpol from Argentina, so that with his colleagues from Bolivia he would look for her. Sources indicate that between October and November, researchers confirmed that the woman wanted to work at a food stall in Bermejo Central Market.

In response, between 17 and 21 December the task was coordinated to find it and "rbring him home with his son"The woman told Bolivian authorities that she wanted to return to Argentina with her son but residents of the country where she worked did not leave her and detain documents from both of them, led by judicial officials and Bolivian police. The operation was to restore documentation.


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