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  • RUS006Case No. 48- O11-49
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/rus/2011/case_no._48-_o11-49.html
  • Russian Federation
    Verdict Date: 2011-05-24
  • This case was an extradition case, rather than the case on the merits and therefore does not contain an extensive analysis of the facts. The Republic of Uzbekistan accused D.G. Abdullov of human trafficking in relation to persons who were in a position of vulnerability or were materially dependent of the accused. These acts were committed more than once in relation to a minor.

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  • USA026United States v. Trakhtenberg
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/usa/2004/united_states_v._trakhtenberg.html
  • United States of America
    Verdict Date: 2004-08-13
  • From the summer of 1999 through August 2002, the defendants induced more than 25 women to come from Russia to the United States, ostensibly to perform cultural folk dance shows. Instead, the women were forced to dance nude up to 10 hours a day, six days a week, at strip clubs. The defendants threatened the women with serious harm and physical restraint if they did not perform. The defendants also confiscated the women’s passports and return airline tickets.

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  • MDA024Dosar nr 1ra - 348/2010
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/mda/2010/dosar_nr_1ra_-_3482010.html
  • Republic of Moldova
    Verdict Date: 2010-03-10
    Sentence Date : 2010-03-10
  • The defendant together with C.G. and other persons recruited one woman, for purposes of sexual exploitation, contrary to the victim’s will. With help from a wagon attendant, the defendant organized her transport by train, without identity documents, from Chisinau to Moscow.

    Similarly, the defendant together with the same persons convinced another victim (who was under 18 years of age at that time) to practice prostitution for money. With help from a wagon attendant, the defendant organized her transport by train, without identity documents, from Chisinau to Moscow.

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  • MDA058Dosar nr. 1re – 511/2010
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/mda/2010/dosar_nr._1re_5112010.html
  • Republic of Moldova
    Verdict Date: 2010-06-15
    Sentence Date : 2010-06-15
  • In October 2005, the defendant together with V. Sanduta and other persons, for purposes of commercial sexual exploitation, recruited B. V., under the pretext of securing her employment as bartender or waitress in Russia. Initially they kept her in Ialoveni town and after that the defendant organised the victim’s transport (without any documents) by train from Chisinau to Moscow. Afterwards, the victim was forced to offer sexual services for approximately one year.

    Also in October 2005, the defendant together with the same persons recruited M. M. (who was under 18 years of age), for purposes of commercial sexual exploitation. Initially they kept her in Ialoveni town and after that the defendant organised the victim’s transport by train from Chisinau to Moscow. Afterwards, the victim was forced to offer sexual services for approximately one year.

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  • RUS002Case No. 86- O10-25
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/rus/2010/case_no._86-_o10-25.html
  • Russian Federation
    Verdict Date: 2010-11-29
  • This is not a case on the merits, so the number of facts available is limited.

    The Republic of Uzbekistan claims that in the beginning of 2008, acting in concert with Mr. M.T. Bekmuratov, Mr. K.T. Bekmuratov recruited E. and K. for work on the territory of the Russian Federation and transported them to Russia, where he exploited their labor for 2-3 months without paying them the full amount of the salary they were supposed to receive.  

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  • MDA012Dosar nr 1ra - 1422/08
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/mda/2008/dosar_nr_1ra_-_142208.html
  • Republic of Moldova
    Verdict Date: 2008-12-17
    Sentence Date : 2008-12-17
  • In June 2007, the defendant, upon prior understanding with unidentified person, recruited a girl of minor age (with her consent) to travel to Moscow, Russia to practice prostitution. He organised the transportation outside Moldova, where the minor had to be transferred to another unidentifiable person. On 5 June 2007, the defendant invited the minor to his house, where they stayed till morning next day, after which they left for Chisinau, where he was apprehended by police.

    The defendant claimed that he was tortured while in police custody.

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  • MDA031Dosar nr. 1ra – 777/2010
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/mda/2010/dosar_nr._1ra_7772010.html
  • Republic of Moldova
    Verdict Date: 2010-09-28
    Sentence Date : 2010-09-28
  • In May 2004, for purposes of forced labour, the defendant recruited 10 persons. She bought them the bus tickets and transported the victims to Belgorod, Russia for sugar beet weeding, promising them a suitable monthly income. The defendant took away the documents of the victim and forced them to work for around 3 months without being paid for.

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  • USA024United States v. Okhotina
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/traffickingpersonscrimetype/usa/2006/united_states_v._okhotina.html
  • United States of America
    Verdict Date: 2006-04-12
  • In January 2003, Alana Okhotina 35, a Russian national of West Hollywood, a city in the county of Los Angeles, smuggled her eighteen year old niece from a small town near St. Petersburg into the United States from Russia and forced her to work as a prostitute to repay her smuggling debt. Investigators said Okhotina paid $6,000 to obtain a fraudulent visa for her niece and then forced her to have sex with men in February 2003 in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Okhotina took the money that her niece received for prostituting herself.

    Her niece, told investigators that Okhotina hid her passport, destroyed her plane ticket home, and subjected her to regular beatings, threats and rape by strangers. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said. The defendant threatened to kill the victim and her family if she did not comply, and told her that she would be arrested if she went to the police because she was here in the United States illegally.

    The younger woman, who has since returned to Russia, was freed after she called police.

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  • DEU015Case No. 2 Str 31/03
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/migrantsmugglingcrimetype/deu/2003/case_no._2_str_3103_.html
  • Germany
    Verdict Date: 2003-07-11
    Sentence Date : 2002-06-21
  • The complainants contacted Wadim and W.W. themselves, asking for help to enter Germany with the purpose of working as prostitutes. Both defendants agreed to assist the complainants, and accompanied G. and P. on their way from Russia to Germany, assisted their entry in German territory under tourist visas, and supplied them with accommodation, transport and contacts with a brothel in Germany.

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  • PRT002Processo 08P29
  • 2200,en,/case-law-doc/criminalgroupcrimetype/prt/2008/processo_08p29.html
  • Portugal
    Verdict Date: 2008-12-11
  • AA was arrested on 9 October 2008. She was detained by the Portuguese police and at first instance it was held that she should be extradited to Brazil (her country of origin).

    AA was part of a criminal gang (purportedly) which operated from Sao Paulo in Brazil, and recruited women to work as prostitutes in Portugal (and occasionally other countries such as Russia and the UK)  between June 2006 and 2008. A number of phone calls were intercepted which exposed the nature of the business between AA and her associates in Sao Paulo.

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