12 Israelis Running International Child Sex Ring had Sex Slaves as Young as Three
There's disturbing news surrounding a worldwide child sex trafficking ring that's been shut down by Colombian authorities that investigators say was run by 12 citizens of Israel who had sex slaves as young as three-years-old.
Thus far, a total of six Israelis and two Colombian nationals are now in custody as per a report from The Daily Caller.
The fourteen total individuals who are said to have organized the child sex trafficking ring would target recently discharged Israeli military service members and elite businessmen for their clientele.
The Office of Colombia's Attorney General is overseeing the investigation, according to reports.
Israeli media outlet Haaretz reports that the majority of the ring’s customers were Israelis traveling abroad.
Those customers were then provided with “tourism packages,” which included underage prostitutes and mature sex workers.
Those women and children received between 200,000 pesos ($63) to 400,000 pesos ($126) in return for their sexual services provided to the Israelis traveling abroad.
Footage from a covert raid on the headquarters used by the Israeli men to operate their illicit child sexual abuse industry has made its way to social media.
5/5 #ATENCIÓN 8 presuntos responsables de explotación y esclavitud sexual en #Colombia fueron capturados: 6 israelíes, entre ellos uno de los señalados cabecillas, Mor Zohar; y 2 colombianos, entre ellos un policía que presuntamente entregó información privilegiada de operativos pic.twitter.com/TpUzudDDU6
Those currently in custody are facing a multitude of charges against them, including murder, conspiracy, human trafficking, trafficking in minors, drug manufacturing, providing prostitution services and money laundering.
Uncertain details of the alleged violence these criminal Israeli power brokers have yet to surface.
At least 150 billion pesos ($47.3 million) worth of property and assets used and utilized by the child sex trafficking Israelis has already been seized, according to the Colombian Attorney General's Office.
The entire operation was blown out of the water when the murder of Israeli Shai Azran occurred in Medellin, Colombia back in 2016.
Government forces then uncovered enormous caches of female sex slaves, drugs and various narcotics, and all evidence pointed to a known international drug trafficker.
That suspect is none other than 44-year-old Israeli citizen Assi Ben-Mosh, who'd remained inside Colombia since around 2009, fleeing drug trafficking investigators for a similar operation in the Netherlands.
A series of raids began a nearly two-year-long manhunt for the Israeli kingpin, piece by piece destroying his entire operation.
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