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FBI's most wanted

Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2018
The FBI has a wonderful website dedicated to finding wanted offenders. They have a whole page dedicated to CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN. Do you know any of these people?
Currently, there are 28 wanted offenders in the crimes against children area, you can see them here: https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/cac

As well as the CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN, there are three wanted individuals on HUMAN TRAFFICKING OFFENSES. Do you know the whereabouts of any of these people?

The FBI is seeking the public's assistance in locating Alfonso Angel Diaz-Juarez, who is being sought for alleged offenses relating to human trafficking, namely conspiracy to commit sex trafficking and conspiracy to harbor illegal aliens. In October 2013, Diaz-Juarez, a Mexican national, was indicted with 13 other co-conspirators for running an international sex-trafficking organization. Diaz-Juarez, reportedly one of the most violent individuals in the organization, is the only remaining fugitive in the case.
As reported to the FBI, it is alleged that the following criminal activities occurred. The criminal acts in the conspiracy involve acts committed by Diaz-Juarez and others against undocumented Mexican women and children. The sex-trafficking conspiracy operated from 1999 through October 2013 and relied on "padrotes," or pimps, to supply women and girls for the brothels, bars, and cantinas owned and operated by co-conspirators. Diaz-Juarez is one of these pimps. During the investigation, it was revealed that some women and girls were compelled into performing commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud, coercion, or a combination thereof, including the use of locked rooms to maintain control over the young women and girls. Diaz-Juarez used force and/or violence to punish and control young females he prostituted in the Houston area.
On October 10, 2013, a federal arrest warrant was issued by the United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, after Diaz-Juarez was charged with sex-trafficking conspiracy and conspiracy to harbor illegal aliens.

Wei Li Pang plead guilty to a two-count information in the United States District Court, Western District of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, in December of 2008. The information alleges that Pang aided and abetted others in the transportation of females in interstate commerce with the intent that these females engage in prostitution inside massage parlors and elsewhere. Pang allegedly assisted in transporting at least five females in interstate commerce for illegal sexual activity between May of 2006, and May of 2007.
On July 20, 2010, a federal arrest warrant was issued for the arrest of Pang after she failed to appear for sentencing.

Shu Gang Li was charged in a four-count indictment by a federal grand jury for the United States District Court, Western District of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, in March of 2008. The indictment alleges that Li and his partners aided and abetted each other, and others, to transport females in interstate or foreign commerce with the intent that these females engage in prostitution inside massage parlors and elsewhere. Li and his partners allegedly transported at least five females in interstate commerce for illegal sexual activity between May of 2006, and May of 2007.
On March 11, 2008, a federal arrest warrant was issued for the arrest of Li.

Just because there are three offenders listed on the FBI most wanted list, does not mean that everyone involved in human trafficking has been caught. It is an ever growing "business" and many children, women, men and families become victims every day. Keep an eye out and report any suspected human trafficking suspicions you may have!

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