Afghans jailed over canadian honour killings
“These families are trying to protect their children from the scourge of child trafficking by sending them to camps,” said Ms. C.M.jarvees.comL., a spokeswoman for the provincial human trafficking unit. But the province does not consider camps to be child trafficking camps and its officials have been unable to track or track down child refugees who have fled from the camps.
“There is no child trafficking, it’s trafficking of persons or of child products or women and young people, and in many cases it’s in those camps where they spend a lot of time and a lot of money,” said Mr. Chardia, referring to the children’s houses where men are paid to kill them. “They have very long hours. They’ve no other place to live.”
In recent weeks, officials say, the men have become more organized and have arranged the families for the transport and transport of girls in trucks loaded with plastic bags and packed with cement.
“They call me the most organized guy on the planet, but I’m not that organized,” Mr. Chardia said. “They call me the best trafficker out there.”
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After우리카지노 his arrest at the border and shortly after the investigation was suspended because the province did not agree with his assertions that the men were involved in illegal trafficking, Mr. Chardia and four others were allowed to reapply for citizenship three weeks ago, the final month that the immigration process allows for a person who applied to the Canada Border Services Agency before December 1 to be granted a temporary residency permit, so that he could remain in Canada as long as necessary.
Some of the people who had sought to come to Canada in recent years, like Mr. Chardia, had to leave their home countries to seek refuge. Their families would be denied entry at the border, and if they were caught crossing into Canada they would be arrested and prosecuted. They would be sent back to their home countries.
To some, the experience has 바카라사이트been worse than to stay there: As a result of their ordeal, about two dozen children are said to have left their families. Two others are said to have gone with their father, who they say tried to rape them, sometimes before their parents found him guilty in court.
They also left behind children who have been removed from their homes or with their biological parents and are at risk of being sold or sent to forced marriages or sex-trafficking organizations in the United States