And, that’s, how it goes, this head human trafficker, still tried excusing herself, and, the punishment still isn’t, severe enough, and as soon as she’s released from prison, she’ll certainly, go back to her old business, of trafficking people to Cambodia and selling them, again! This still just, never, ends…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The twenty-three-year-old woman, Yeh was hired by the human trafficking ring in Cambodia as a head operator of the scam ring, last July, she’d gone to Cambodia to work, and enticed two of her best friends using the bait of the promises of high wages, causing her two best friend to get taken against their will, and as the families paid their ransoms, they were, released. As Yeh was arrested, she’d cried that she was innocent, and played the victim, and the investigators busted her for it, the Kaohsiung district court found her and the other head operator, Wang both guilty of using scams to get the victims out of the country and trafficking them, gave both the severe sentence of five years four months.
Last year, there’d been many people who were tricked to Cambodia, in August, there’s the post on FB of the identification of Liu from Kaohsiung, with “this is the real trafficker, works as head of human resources in the Bokor Mountain, from Kaohsiung, nicknamed Yu-An, the company was under the names of Wan-Gu, Wan-Yuan, Wan-Li, with over two hundred getting tricked to Cambodia already.”
people getting sold off like livestock! Photo from online
Later, the investigators caught Wang, and found, that the members had “shipped” many Taiwanese citizens to Bokor Mountain, and received as high as a thousand to three thousand dollars U.S. per person.
As Yeh returned to Taiwan last September, the police arrested her, she claimed that she was a victim too, that she’d paid $400,000N.T. to get back here; the investigators found that Yeh was a head personnel of the scam ring by reviewing over the reports by the victims who’d called in the case, that she’d recruited three Taiwanese citizens to Cambodia, two of them were her, best friends, who finally got released, after the families paid the ransoms for them.
During the trial, Yeh continually claimed she’d been, victimized, that she’d not known that she was going over to Cambodia to work for a human trafficking ring, but Wang stated that she was an accomplice, claimed that he’d met Yeh through his girlfriend, and was told, that Yeh was a recruit for the scam artists in Cambodia, that Yeh worked for the human trafficking, scam rings, that she’s, “quite experienced”.
The judge based off of the records of conversations, that Yeh mentioned “promotion” to the friend, that she claimed, “I’m very happy here, well off”, with no negative feelings whatsoever, and thanked Wang, “thank you, brother, for giving me this platform to work, I shall, cherish it”, the judge believed, that had Yeh also been a victim, she couldn’t possibly be “happy at work”, and didn’t believe her, sentenced Yeh and Wang both to five years, four months. This can still be appealed.
And guess what’s gonna happen, after this woman served her five years or after she got out on good behavior? She’s going to, return to her old ways of, working as a human trafficker again, because, you just don’t get out of the business that easily, besides, she’d already, gotten a taste of how much she could earn, by enticing the unsuspecting people over to Cambodia and selling them out!
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