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  • UKR021Case No. 1-766-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-766-11_.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-05-22
    Sentence Date : 2012-05-22
  • The defendants were a married couple.They engaged in the recruitment and transportation of young women from Ukraine to Lebanon in the period going from 2005 until April 2009. To perform those activities, the spouses placed advertisements in a newspaper inviting young women aged 18 to 32 “to work at night clubs of Italy, Switzerland, Japan + ten more countries on the basis of the appropriate business visas and employment contracts and a guaranteed salary from EUR 600 to 2,000’. The advertisement also referred to a fake license allowing for the brokerage of employment of Ukrainian citizens abroad.

    The victims were told that they would work as waitresses or dancers and would not engage in prostitution. Some of them signed a document that was presented to them as an employment contract, but as it was in English and Arabic, they could not understand the content. Those who arrived in Lebanon were received by unidentified persons who operated in collusion with the spouses. The victims were told that they would engage in work at a night club but they would also have to provide sexual services to the clients because otherwise they would not be able to repay the expenses (around USD 800-900) borne by the receiving party in connection with their transfer to Lebanon. Each victim who travelled to Lebanon had to spend approximately around six months providing sexual services to clients at the respective night club.

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  • UKR020Case No. 1-124-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2011/case_no._1-124-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2011-05-17
    Sentence Date : 2011-05-17
  • From 2003 to November 2007 the defendant, being the organiser of a criminal group; recruited young women residing in the city of Odessa and nearby locations for commercial sexual exploitation in Croatia. Most of the victims were in difficult family or personal circumstances and had a low income.
    The defendant withheld a “cut” or percentage from the money the customers paid to the victims. She also arranged for the transfer and transportation of the victims from Ukraine to Croatia for commercial sexual exploitation. 

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  • UKR019Case No. 11-536-12
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._11-536-12.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-05-14
    Sentence Date : 2012-05-14
  • From the 25th of January 2010 to the 15th of June 2010, the defendants, acting as an organised criminal group (being members of one family including two brothers, mother and father) recruited homeless men in locations such as public roads or railway stations in or around the city of Melitopol and, using their difficult situation and vulnerable state, forced the victims to work in the agricultural fields and facilities owned by the defendants.

    The victims were originally fraudulently deceived by the defendants about the terms and conditions of stay and payment. The victims had to work seven days a week for 10 to 14 hours per day with a 20-to-60 minute break each day; they did not receive any payment for their work, were permanently locked in the land of the family house of the defendants, had to live in deplorable conditions, were deprived of food and/or beaten or threatened by use of force by the defendants if they failed to obey or if they attempted to flee.  

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  • UKR018Case No. 1-888-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-888-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-05-03
    Sentence Date : 2012-05-03
  • In October 2010, the defendant arranged for the transfer of her minor daughter to a foster family for UAH 100,000 (approximately USD 12,500). She was detained by the police after she received the money and transferred her daughter to the foster family.

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  • UKR017Case No. 1-305-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-305-11_.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-02-16
    Sentence Date : 2011-12-09
  • In 2008, the defendant, acting jointly with other individuals (no information available about any court cases relating to such individuals), recruited and arranged for the transportation and transfer of a young woman and a female minor, both Ukrainian nationals, to an unidentified person in Moscow for commercial sexual exploitation. The victims were told that they would sell fruit in Moscow. 

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  • UKR016Case No. 1-1416-28
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-1416-28.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-02-02
    Sentence Date : 2012-02-02
  • In 2009, the defendants recruited young women in the Ukrainian city of Nikolaev and arranged for their transportation to Spain and transfer of the victims to a person residing in Spain who personally knew one of the defendants and who was engaged in pimping and engaging other persons in prostitution.
    The victims had to engage in commercial sexual services in Spain. They consented to travel to Spain either because they were deceived about the nature of activity they would need to engage in Spain or about the terms and conditions of their stay and payment in Spain. All of the victims were in difficult family or personal circumstances. 

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  • UKR015Case No. 1-281-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-281-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-01-19
    Sentence Date : 2012-01-19
  • In December 2006, Defendant 1 recruited young women residing in Ukraine, most of whom were in difficult family or personal circumstances and had low income, to engage in prostitution in Istanbul. Defendant 1 withheld a “cut” or proportion from the money the customers paid to the victims. She also arranged for the transfer and transportation of the victims from Ukraine to Istanbul for commercial sexual exploitation.

    In April 2007, Defendant 2 arranged for the transfer and transportation of the victims from Ukraine to Istanbul for commercial sexual exploitation, but this was not completed for reasons beyond Defedant 2's control.   

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  • UKR014Case No. 1-280-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2012/case_no._1-280-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2012-01-11
    Sentence Date : 2012-01-11
  • In November of 2009, Defendant 1 instructed Defendant 2 to recruit women for commercial sexual exploitation in Moscow, and promised Defendant 2 a 50% of his earnings from such exploitation.

    Defendant 2 recruited young women residing in Ukraine. Most of the victims were in difficult family or personal circumstances and had low income. Defendant 1 and Defendant 2 also jointly arranged for the transfer and transportation of the victims from Ukraine to Moscow.

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  • UKR013Case No. 1-1522-2027-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2011/case_no._1-1522-2027-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2011-12-08
    Sentence Date : 2011-12-08
  • In August 2011, the defendant arranged for the transfer of two Cameroonian women to an unidentified person for sexual exploitation in exchange for USD 2,000.
    He deceived the victims (who were in difficult financial circumstances) by offering them potential employment as household workers in a private house and induced them to come to a meeting with their would-be employer. The defendant was arrested when he received the payment for transferring the victims to the relevant person.

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  • UKR012Case No. 1-148-11
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/ukr/2011/case_no._1-148-11.html
  • Ukraine
    Verdict Date: 2011-11-28
  • In February 2009 – April 2010, the defendants, acting jointly with other unidentified individuals, recruited and arranged for the transportation and transfer of young women to unidentified persons in Turkey and Lebanon for commercial sexual exploitation. The victims were told that they would perform well-paid work, including prostitution. The victims agreed on the offer because of the difficult financial circumstances they were in.

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