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They found that the Venezuelan people were locked up in a house in Cúcuta against their will

During the immigration verification process, women and an eight-month-old baby were found. Photo: Weather

Contrary to his wishes, Without food and without contact in dangerous situations. This is how they found the group of Venezuelan women this Friday, at 10:30 am A house in Cúcuta, under lock and key.

After conducting an investigation, members of the Colombian Immigration Judicial Police team arrived at the scene – along with Cucuta’s police and immigration co-ordinating officers for children and adolescents – and found evidence. Network running via webcam.

In fact, in the photos of the process, it is recorded that the property is located In the field of Torres de Cormoranes, Elements and locations for such activities.

“Three cell phones and components of a webcam were seized: Lights, cameras, tripod and cosmetics. In addition, confessions are taken from young women in the care of Migraine Colombia and from a voluntary charity that provides them with food and shelter, ”he said. Time One of the researchers.

When the process is done Immigration verification The remaining four women are confirmed. Including a minor.

One of the women, 19, identified herself as Daisy Magdalena Flores Puerta; And other, as Yonici del Carmen Darra Menko, At the same age.

An eight-month-old baby was also at the scene.

This is the second blow faced by immigration officials These types of organizations use young Venezuelan women.

As of November 2020, several registry office officials who sold false identities have already been caught Singers, university professors and even young Venezuelan women Those involved in prostitution among the elite on the beach, including the famous Valenado singer.

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