Women accused of prosituting daughter will not face human trallictin
Posted by: "Chandler Lane" firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri Nov 26, 2010 5:03 pm (PST)
And they got the right to call us "Deadbeat Dads"!!!
Prosecutors on Tuesday declined to pursue human trafficking charges against Noemi Ramos, 40. She was accused in October of forcing her daughters to buy drugs and, in the case of one child, forcing her to prostitute herself. But Ramos will face four counts of aggravated child abuse, a first-degree felony punishable by a maximum 30-year sentence in jail and a $10,000 fine, reports the Naples Daily News.
At the time of her arrest, one Colllier County detective described the case as one of enslavement.
Fort Myers detectives claimed the Fort Myers woman regularly beat her four children and forced them to buy pills from drug dealers. One of the girls was constinually put in the presence of older men and encouraged to have sex with them for money, according to an arrest affidavit.
Florida has seen only two prosecutions under its 2004 human trafficking law, both of them in Orlando in 2010, Giselle Rodriguez of the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking, told the Naples Daily News.
Ramos and her children were legal U.S. residents, according to the detectives. http://weblogs.sun-sentinel.com/news/specials/weirdflorida/blog/2010/11/woman_accused_of_prosituting_d_1.html
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