Human Trafficking: Brazil captures Bangladeshi ‘boss’

Brazilian government police said they have captured Saifullah Al-Mamun, conceived in Bangladesh and considered by specialists one of the world’s most productive human dealers.

In an activity directed on Thursday after coordinated effort with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Brazilian police captured individuals from a gathering supposedly embroiled in a huge plan of carrying individuals into the United States.

A few captures were made in Sao Paulo, where Al-Mamun was living, and in three other Brazilian urban communities. The police likewise solidified 42 financial balances it says were utilized by the gathering to fund their exercises.

Al-Mamun entered Brazil six years prior as an outcast, and was living in Bras, a differing neighborhood in Sao Paulo that is home to foreigners from around the globe.

He has been prosecuted on US charges. As indicated by the United States Department of Justice, Al-Mamun is asserted to have housed individuals originating from Southeast Asia in São Paulo and organized their movement through a system of bootleggers working in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico.

As indicated by Brazilian police, he and his gathering were pirating into Brazil, and afterward to the United States, individuals from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan.

They were sent to Brazil’s northern Acre state to begin a long and hazardous outing through Central America right to the Mexican outskirt, to cross into the United States.

Reuters was not ready to affirm whether Al-Mamun had a legal counselor in Sao Paulo who could be reached for input.

Brazilian police said the gathering charged individuals originating from Asia around 50,000 reais ($12,524) for the endeavor to arrive at the United States. Some would likewise remain illicitly in Brazil, where they were given deceitful documentation.

Police said individuals endured savagery while holding up in Sao Paulo to begin the excursion north. It said a gathering of eight Bengali individuals fell under the control of a Mexican medication cartel while going toward the Mexico-US outskirt.

Related Post