Monday, March 03 2014 @ 06:37 PM EST
Contributed by: Don Winner
According to the note broadcast by television, among the detainees are three women in charge of contacting, and recruiting young women with economic problems, under false employments and good salaries.
Victims were sent to Panama and in that country the criminals trap them in discos and force them to work as sexual workers.
During the operation members of the Direction of Criminal Investigation and Interpol and officials of the Panamanian Consulate in Colombia rescued two women victims of physical abuse.
According to recent data by the International Organization for Migrations, in Colombia more than 70,000 people are victims of sexual slavery.
Editor's Comment: Ah. So that's why a Panamanian official recently made an announcement they were going to be cracking down on sex tourism...