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Victims of Sex Tourism Ring in Peru Rescued

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    December 9, 2015
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On Monday, authorities in Lima, Peru arrested a man who was allegedly ran a child sex business for tourists for a decade.  Police also rescued 11 young victims…

Joshua Brown, 64, and five others were offering the children to tourists for $500 or more.  General Oscar Gonzales, with the trafficking police unit said: “He had a legitimate business in Peru and a parallel dark life trafficking people to exploit sexually. He would bring foreign paedophiles here whom he contacted through the private Internet forum.”

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