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HUNT FOR MISSING PERSON UNCOVERS RING OF RAPE AND SEXEPLOITATION

 
SHAH ALAM, Malaysia  — What began as a missing person’s report led police to a bizarre discovery yesterday. 
In addition to finding the remains of a six-month old baby, the police stumbled upon a syndicate believed to have carried out an array of crimes, including rape, illegal confinement, human trafficking and sexual exploitation. 
Initial investigations revealed that the syndicate, masterminded by a ruthless foreign labour agent, had smuggled in and held captive 29 Indonesian women. 
The women were forced to work as part-time cleaners at various homes in the Klang Valley, and were also sexually exploited by customers. 
Shah Alam district deputy police chief Supt Ruslan Abdullah said one of the women, aged 33, was sent to work for a friend of the alleged mastermind for six months, during which time she claimed to have been raped repeatedly by the friend. 
  • “She got pregnant and gave birth to the baby at a clinic in Taman Bayu Perdana, Klang on November 21, 2013. The suspect took the baby away from the mother,” said Ruslan. 
  • The mother was later informed by another woman held captive, that the baby was abused. Days later, another woman who worked at the suspect’s house did not see the baby. 
  • Upon the loss of her child, the woman sneaked out from the house to lodge a police report at Section 15 police station on May 31. 
  • She claimed the suspect held her and 28 other Indonesian women in three houses, two in Kota Kemuning and the others in USJ2 Subang Jaya.
  • “The suspect hired three care-takers cum guards for the houses where the women were apparently held against their wishes. They worked as cleaners and were sent to customers’ homes where they were also sexually exploited, including by the suspect.”
  • Following the report, police on Tuesday arrested the man who raped the baby’s mother and the suspect’s wife. The duo were remanded until June 10.
Police also rescued six Indonesian women and were tracing the whereabouts of the rest. 
The suspect turned himself in yesterday morning at the Shah Alam police headquarters. He then led police to the location where he dumped the baby.
“We found the baby’s remains which were in a high state of decay,” Ruslan said.
Meanwhile, the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur had yet to be notified about the case.


Source: Malay Mail Online
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