Human Traffic Watch

5 women set to work as entertainers in S. Korea intercepted at Clark airport

In Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking on April 6, 2013 at 3:39 pm

Immigration officers at the Clark International Airport in Pampanga have intercepted five Filipino women who were bound for South Korea and who were apparently victims of human trafficking.

Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Ricardo David Jr. disclosed that the women were intercepted last week as they were about to board a Cebu Pacific flight to Macau.

But when interviewed, the women reportedly admitted that their final destination was Incheon, South Korea where they were hired to work as nightclub entertainers, David said in a statement.

The women’s names were not divulged as the persons in trafficking act has prohibited the public disclosure of human traffickers and their victims, the BI said.

 

 

Read more: http://globalnation.inquirer.net/71133/5-women-set-to-work-as-entertainers-in-s-korea-intercepted-at-clark-airport#ixzz2PZJS1Mss

 

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