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Suspected cross-border wife trafficking, Darwinian man or 12 years' imprisonment

[Social News]     28 Sep 2020
A man from Darwin who allegedly trafficked his wife to India, And steal the finances of his wife and other family members, Faced with 12 years of imprisonment. According to Australia's report of September 26, After receiving a public report, Australian Federal Police (AFP) began an investigation into the 28-year-old man. Allegedly, The man physically abused his 27-year-old wife, threat his wife ga...

A man from Darwin faces up to 12 years in prison for allegedly trafficking his wife to India and stealing the finances of his wife and other family members.

According to Australia's report of September 26, After receiving a public report, Australian Federal Police (AFP) began an investigation into the 28-year-old man. Allegedly, The man physically abused his 27-year-old wife, threat his wife gave him her salary 、 bank account and her family's money, A total of 60,000 Australian dollars.

Suspected cross-border wife trafficking, Darwinian man or 12 years' imprisonment

Suspected of cross-border trafficking in his wife, Darwin, or facing 12 years in prison. (Source: Australian Federal Police)

It is understood that in February 2019, the man also to apply for visas to the United States, cheating his wife to fly to India. The man was not accompanied by his wife.

He started divorce proceedings in the Federal Court in January and was acciused provided false and misleading information to the Federal Circuit Court.

Friday (September 25), the man appeared before the Darwin District Court (Darwin Local Court) on charges of cross-border trafficking in human beings and would face up to 12 years in prison if convicted.

Reportedly, the Australian Federal Police Command Investigative Superintendent Paula Hudson said in a statement that "human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices are taking place in Australia and that all of us should work together to protect those vulnerable to these exploitative sexual crime. "This reminds us that it is a criminal offence under Australian law, to force a person to leave Australia by coercion, threat or deception, and that suspected trafficking faces law penalties. "he said.

It is reported that the victim has returned to Australia, and the Australian Federal Police and Red Cross help.

In fiscal year 2019/20, the Australian Federal Police received 223 reports on trafficking, slavery and slavery-like crimes.

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