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Pra Khanong massage parlour raided for sex trafficking

By The Nation

 

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The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) joined with the Army and police to raid a massage parlour in Bangkok’s Rama 9 area on Friday over allegations of human trafficking and prostitution of girls under 18.

 

DSI deputy chief Pol Colonel Songsak Raksaksakul led DSI officers, soldiers and administrative officials in a raid of “Victoria’s: The Secret Forever” massage parlour – with an arrest warrant for a man identified as “Kob”.

 

The operation was also backed by a warrant to search the premises for Kob, who reportedly worked there as an “enticer”, and to gather related incriminated evidence.

 

It remained unclear whether the suspect was taken into custody in the raid.

 

The case stemmed from a previous complaint by Alliance Anti Traffic (AAT), which had rescued a Myanmar girl under 18 who had been lured into prostitution at the age of 12.

 

DSI had taken up the case investigation last year as the case reportedly linked criminals in Thailand, Myanmar and Malaysia who preyed on girls under 18. It was alleged the gang had recruited virgin underage girls from outside Thailand to provide sex services. The girls were then sent to perform sex work at the Bangkok massage parlour – a form of human trafficking. 

 

The ongoing case investigation had identified seven suspects now covered by court-ordered arrest warrants, including Kob.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30336106

 
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If this is truly an act, that was intended as part of the battle against human trafficking, and underage sex, that is a good thing, and the government is to be commended for this. However, one tends to be skeptical when it comes to this administration, as their fight against human trafficking has been weak and dismal. When was the last time a current, high ranking member of the army or the administration was charged, and imprisoned for being complicit in this ongoing national tragedy?

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12 hours ago, Henrik Andersen said:

Just bad people there use young girls for there own benefit 

Greedy bad Thai people 

I hope long sentence 

A racist comment. It happens everywhere in the world. In the UK underage white girls have been targeted in their thousands by certain  in immigrant groups. In the USA trafficked girls are branded and tattooed to make their ownership clear. In the USA the trafficking of girls is the speciality of Black pimps and Mexican gangs. This issue is not really a speciffically Thai problem at all.

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48 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

If this is truly an act, that was intended as part of the battle against human trafficking, and underage sex, that is a good thing, and the government is to be commended for this. However, one tends to be skeptical when it comes to this administration, as their fight against human trafficking has been weak and dismal. When was the last time a current, high ranking member of the army or the administration was charged, and imprisoned for being complicit in this ongoing national tragedy?

Last year

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2 hours ago, dotpoom said:

Here we go again..."Just bad people there use young girls for there own benefit  Greedy bad Thai people"

  I hope you are also including in that statement the "customers" who buy these young girls services (possibly more Farangs than Thais) or would that narative not sit well with your Thai bashing.. If there were no customers there might be less trafficing?

Do some research because you know very little about the sex industry in Thailand.

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