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Her daughter is just 14 and the gangs have already warned her that they have somebody willing to pay lots of money for her daughter’s virginity. She has no means to move to another barrio.
She feels trapped. Incredibly, she tells me that she also was a victim of sexual abuse when she was young. “They will have to kill me if they want to take my daughter, my life was ruined and I don’t want them to do the same to her.”
I wanted to meet the new generation of criminals in Medellin. They are not the type of people that like cameras or journalists.
It took several months of meetings to convince them to allow me to film them. Then one night two boys picked me up in a car park in Medellin and took me up to a barrio controlled by “The Office”.
The local boss – Chino – came out to a shop to meet me. We walked and talked about Escobar, the paramilitaries, Farc and the current peace process in La Havana.
Murdered dozens of people.
Chino never met Escobar but he admired him. He was proud when he told me that he killed for the first time when he was just 13 years old. Now, he looked no older than 30 and says he has murdered dozens of people.
“I lost count of how many people I have killed, I don’t want to remember,” he said, while joking about how they dismember the bodies and dump them in the canal to leave no evidence.
“We don’t want to heat up the barrio so you won’t see any bodies lying in the street like before. We are still at war but you won’t see the weapons in the street.”
Chino is well dressed and has clearly been educated. He doesn’t look like a Colombian criminal from Hollywood; he looks more like a young raver.
“The product has changed but we are still providing services. Before we sent coke to the world, now the world is coming to us. They come here because they can’t get what we offer anywhere else.”
He is right. It’s a shocking new criminal world thriving in Medellin – with criminals formerly of the drugs trade now trading in women.
Acton Institute Powerblog.
The Lost Girls Of Romania: A Nation Of Sex Trafficking.
Where are the young women, the girls of Romania? If they are not hidden, they are trafficked. That is a harsh reality in a country of harsh living.
Stefania is 18 and a rarity. She still lives in a rural home with her father, in a ramshackle house with no electricity. She dreams of going away “somewhere” for an education and is resolute that she will never take money from a man.
Then there is Christina. Nightly, her mother would prepare her daughter for her night of work: feeding her, setting out her clothes and condoms. Christina – who has since disappeared – has been supporting her family since age 14 by prostitution.
According to the U.S. State Department’s 2014 “Trafficking in Persons” report, one-third of Romania’s trafficking victims are underage girls.
There, traffickers have a keen eye for those made vulnerable by their desperation to leave, making the girls ideal victims. The Eurostat 2015 report notes that Romania was one of the top five countries of origin for victims of human trafficking in the EU, as registered by organizations (governmental and nongovernmental) throughout the bloc.
According to ADPARE, a nonprofit group working to prevent trafficking and protect its victims in Romania, fueling the problem is the region’s emergence as a sex industry destination. The country is routinely listed as a top destination on websites promoting and rating sex tourism.
Even those who should be protecting these children (like parents and priests) rarely acknowledge it. Romania’s culture – one where women and girls have virtually no rights – means that the disappearance and trafficking of its daughters is treated with shame. Young girls are often told simply to stay away from “bad men.” Yet, young girls living in impoverished situations are easily led away from home by a “boyfriend” who showers her with gifts; he could not be the “bad man” she’d been warned about, could he?
Adding to the problem is the lack of rule of law and the high level of corruption in the country. Police offer no protection; in fact, they often partake of the girls’ “services.”
If the girls are able to escape “the life,” they often have nowhere to go. They are considered tainted, and many families refuse to take them back. At one shelter, the girls are referred to as “the whores on the hill.”
Poverty and lack of education means many girls and young women will continue to find themselves lost in the world of sex trafficking. Sadly, too few people care.
Bucharest: Gypsies, Nightlife & Romanian Girls.
Eastern Europe’s Hidden Gem.
R Romanians are fully aware of their reputation in greater Europe and very scornful towards the people responsible for it. That became abundantly clear already in the taxi from the airport when my cabdriver gave me a heavy dosage of the usual, eternally refreshing , Eastern European lack of political correctness. After testing me with regards to what topics of conversation I’d likely tolerate by inquiring about which girls where the most beautiful in Europe; Ukrainians, Romanians or Russians, he decided to change the subject to every cabdriver’s favorite topic of conversation; the nation’s gypsy problem .