According to user submitted data to Havocscope, the cost to hire a prostitute at the strip club Black in Buenos Aires, Argentina costs over $300. Based on the information submitted, the entry fee to enter the club is $30. While in the club, the cost to buy a drink for the women costs $100. Once… Continue reading Price at Black Strip Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Criminal justice agencies in Bolivia recorded 35 human trafficking cases back in 2005. In 2012, the number of trafficking cases reported was 456. In 2013, law enforcement reported 363 human trafficking cases across Bolivia, an increase of over 10 times from 2005. Despite the number of cases handled by the criminal justice system, reports claim… Continue reading Human Trafficking Cases in Bolivia in 2013
According to data released by criminal justice programs in Argentina, between 2009 and 2012, authorities in Argentina convicted 122 people for human trafficking crimes. 70 percent of the human trafficking incidents in the country were linked to drug trafficking activities. 50 percent of the victims were from Argentina, with 33 percent originating from Paraguay. Roughly… Continue reading Human Trafficking Convictions in Argentina
The Argentine Prostitutes’ Association reports that 87 percent of sex workers in the country are single mothers. Although prostitution is legal in Argentina, illegal brothels using human trafficking victims are reported in the country. In 2012, an anti-trafficking NGO assisted authorities in closing down 140 illegal brothels in Buenos Aires. (Additional prostitution statistics here.) Source: … Continue reading Argentina Prostitutes With Children
According to the Office of Rescue and Support of Victims of Trafficking, 4,602 victims of human trafficking were rescued by the criminal justice system in Argentina between 2008 and April 2013. 1,568 victims were rescued in 2012, with 48 percent of the victims being sexually exploited. 54 percent of the victims were originally from foreign… Continue reading Human Trafficking Victims Rescued in Argentina Between 2008 to 2012
In the first 7 months of 2012, authorities in Argentina rescued 712 human trafficking victims in over 300 raids across the country.85 percent of the victims were under the age of 18, and nearly 370 were originally from a foreign country.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime estimates that up to 500,000 women are involved in human trafficking activities in Argentina.
In the month of April 2012, authorities in Argentina rescued 176 people who were victims of human trafficking. The number of people rescued in the single month was higher then the total amount of victims rescued in the previous three months.
In 2011, around 2,400 people from foreign countries were arrested for crimes in Chile. 70 percent of those arrested were for drug trafficking activities. 48 percent of the drug trafficking arrests were of people from Bolivia, 34 percent from Peru, and 8 percent of the foreign nationals were from Argentina. In 2011, up to 5 percent of the jail population in Chile were of foreign nationals.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime reports that 700,000 people use cocaine in Argentina. The number equals to 25 percent of all cocaine users in Latin America.
Below are selected prices that are paid to professional assassins on the black market.