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Interpol and FGR arrest the criminal leader of an international trafficking network in Yucatán

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Interpol and the Attorney General Office of the Republic (FGR) arrested the alleged criminal leader of a criminal cell, with another person, part of an international network of sexual exploitation of women in Yucatán, a state on the human trafficking route.

The FGR issued a statement explaining that through the Special Prosecutor Office for Crimes of Violence against Women, it executed a search warrant in nightclubs in Mérida, Yucatán, where they held victims of human trafficking.

With the participation of the International Criminal Police Organization, better known as Interpol, and jointly with Colombian authorities, they searched three houses and three nightclubs in Mérida.

Agents from the Federal Ministerial Police (PFM) and the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC), with the support of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena), which provided perimeter security during the search, also intervened.

The authorities reported that in the search they carried out during the early hours of Thursday, July 4, they arrested Soledad A., the alleged operator in the city of Mérida of a transnational criminal cell dedicated to human trafficking.

With the participation of Interpol, the alleged criminal leader, the Cuban Cristóbal Paulino F., was also arrested in Mérida, accused of the crime of human trafficking, in the form of forced prostitution or sexual exploitation, for which they are already carrying out the procedures present him, before the authority in Mexico City.

Mexican federal police during the closure of one of the nightclubs recently searched, which were part of a human trafficking network.

The FGR seized the six searched properties, the Candela, Bandidas, and Tropicana Angus nightclubs. They also seized three houses that functioned as brothels.

According to the authorities, the criminals forced their victims of trafficking in Yucatán to work as prostitutes. The women arrived in Mexico under deception since they offered them well-paid and honest jobs. However, once in Mexico, they sexually exploited the girls to obtain illicit profits by subjugating the victims.

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