Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Two Indonesian women were enslaved in the U.S.

Two Indonesian women were enslaved in the U.S. They become victims of human trafficking cases

Two female Indonesian nationals who have not known his name allegedly enslaved by a pair of Las Cruces, United States. The pair, Elina Sihombing (47 years) and her husband, David Girle (54 years), has been detained by American authorities since Monday, May 23, 2011.
The Associated Press news agency reported, Elina and Girle indicted for trafficking and enslaving two women they had brought from Indonesia. United States Attorney said they brought the woman in 2004 and 2005 to the city of Phoenix as an assistant and two women promise to school.
However, instead of just getting his promise, both these poor women were told to work from 08.00 am to midnight every day without pay and without getting a chance to go to school. Then, in 2007, the pair-Girle Elina moved to Las Cruces and two women who worked like slaves that worked with them until 2010.
According to the Las Cruces Sun-News, Elina and Girle who had an inn on Picacho Avenue appeared in federal court in Las Cruces on Tuesday morning. The first indictments for them, "get the power and service of two Indonesian women by force, threat of coercion and physical pressure." The threat to both is the maximum prison sentence of 20 years and fined $ 250,000.
The next indictment, "Recruiting, bring people hired for the purpose of forced immigration documents and take casualties." This is a threat to a maximum of five years imprisonment and a fine of U.S. $ 250 thousand.
Interestingly, Elina is a freelance writer in Sun-News in the category of news story. However, when present at the hearing, Elina no comment. Felipe Milan, their attorney, also could not be contacted regarding this charge.
But starting Tuesday, both released from custody with the status of detainees on bail of U.S. $ 25 thousand. Also detained and their passports should not be associated with the victim or his family.[srn]

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