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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
The Evora Appeal Court In September 2017, the Santarém court sentenced 23 people convicted for crimes against human trafficking in June 2016 and sentenced them to 13 and 14 years in prison in Morangos, in the municipality of Pérôme d 'Negros in the municipality of Alemir.
The prisoners were arrested for a total of 14 years after being investigated by the 42-year-old Pedro Vital and the German entrepreneur Nabin Giri, while Upendra's 30-year-old Paddel's fellow citizen was sentenced to 13 years in prison.
As the regional network is developing at the same time, the case will continue until June 2016. The Metropolitan Bureau of Foreigners and Frontier Service (SEF) has 23 non-residents living in the kitchen, windows, electricity, water and sanitation facilities.
The court has confirmed that the three defendants have been robbed of 23 illegal workers in Nepal during strawberries at a peasant farm in Negros, the town of Almiririm, which belongs to Palal Vital.
When they were there, the victims were forced to drink and drift off the irrigation system and, along with other cruelty, had to share the buckets to meet the basic needs.
23 victims were employed by two Palestinian prisoners. They promised to come to Portugal through international networks to assist in illegal migration and to settle their situation. residence visas were not available.
They have paid less than 500 euros a month, but they are sleeping, even if they are in trouble every month for just a month's feeding.
Without documents and cashless, the victims could not escape the dependence on these labor slavery and defendants, the court said.
At present, 23 people have been trained in the process, and the court has condemned the co-payment of civilian casualties from 2500 to 8,000 euros, depending on the time spent on the property.
Pedro Vital "Herdade dos Morangos, Lda" and "EstimaMundo, Lda" by Naina Giri. In addition, two newspapers, one national and one regional edition, were charged with a suit.
Only one of the three judges of the Relação de Evora team won, as three of them never had a previous conviction, as their family and social status and awareness of the case of Uuedra Powell and recognized the importance of the acts of the accused from 13 to 9 years of age. Both should be fined from 14 to 10.