Perm gang sells women to Bahrain as sex slaves
The criminals got about $70.000 for the women.
Seven residents of the Perm region will be brought to trial for having sold 23 young women abroad as sex slaves. They would send the human commodity to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The leader of the slaver gang is a woman of 42 living in Tchaikovsky. She and her six accomplices would search for young women throughout both the Perm region and the Chelyabinsk region. They would then lure them abroad with high-paying jobs in hotels and restaurants, while in fact the girls would get in sexual slavery. As URA.RU revealed, at least 23 women of the Urals became victims of the bandits. The criminals got about $70.000 for them.
The woman leading the gang agreed to cooperate with the investigation, so her case will be considered in a special order. The remaining suspects will be brought to trial on general grounds in Tchaikovsky. They face up to 15 years of imprisonment.
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