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Hotel people would freak out no? FBI Supervisory Special Agent Joseph Rothrock in San Diego said the agency has investigated three to four cases in the past six months of Americans traveling with intent to have sex with minors. A third case involves the Philippines. He said the cases are the beginning of a renewed effort to tackle child trafficking in Mexico with help from Mexican law enforcement.
He declined to discuss details of the cases, including if any child victims have been identified or rescued.
Young children are offered more covertly, authorities say. Many of the children are brought up from other areas of MexicoUgarte said. Some are orphans, unaccompanied minor immigrants or sold by their parents. Some are kidnapped, she said. Child sex trafficking has long been known to be a problem in Tijuana, but there is no official data suggesting just how prolific it is. The Tijuana investigations began in December, when a U.
The FBI found the unnamed broker, interviewed him and was granted access to his and Facebook communications with several clients. The broker denied actually providing access to children, but admitted to communicating Tijuana sex tour several people about setting up such transactions, according to court records.
The man did Tijuana sex tour to providing clients access to adults for sex. The communications indicate Adelman and another man, Kenneth Bigler, 52, of Walnut, separately traveled to Tijuana several times over the past few years, either successfully engaging in sex with young children or intending to do so, according to complaints filed in San Diego federal court. Both have pleaded not guilty. About years, low miles. Once he learned they were under 18, authorities said he would ask to continue talking on the messaging app Whatsapp, which is encrypted and a popular way to avoid law enforcement scrutiny, the complaint states.
He was arrested Oct. The messages state the broker took Bigler around to scope out children, although it is not clear if the kids were actual potential victims or used as examples of girls and boys he was interested in.
Later, the broker sent pictures of prepubescent girls to choose from. In another, three girls in Tijuana sex tour uniforms appear to be standing in a bathroom. Need to see her whole body before I make a decision though. Records show Bigler flew from Los Angeles to Taiwan on March 1,and returned 12 days later, according to investigators.
The complaint states he then began asking for a girl or boy who had never had sexual contact before. Boy also. Bush inwhich makes it illegal in the U. The crime comes with a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison. One of the first men convicted under the law inJohn W. In his suitcase was pornography featuring him with children and pounds of Tijuana sex tour. The issue got national attention last year when a former Ohio seminary student was arrested after getting off a plane in San Diego to travel to Tijuana to rape infant and toddler girls.
Joel Alexander Wright, 23, studying to become a Roman Catholic priest, posted an online ad saying he wanted to adopt infants in Mexico, and then told the man who answered that he really wanted them for sex. Homeland Security Investigations agent went undercover to build a case against Wright with help of the informant. Wright pleaded guilty to attempted enticement of a minor and was sentenced in San Diego federal court to 16 years in prison.
In June, Carsten Rosenow, 53, an executive with San Diego genetic research company Illumina, was charged with traveling to the Philippines to engage in sex with minors. In Facebook conversations with one girl who indicated she was 16, he pressured her to perform a specific sex act, according to court records. He would pay with cellphones and cash, according to the messages. When he was arrested at the San Diego International Airport on June 21, he admitted to paying several females for sex but said he did not ask their ages.
On Thursday he was indicted with also possessing pornography of under 12 and attempted enticement of a minor. Rosenow told investigators he had been living in the Philippines for work. He owned an apartment in Manila, according to an online vacation rental posting. Rosenow, a German citizen, ed Illumina in as the marketing manager for DNA analysis products and later led the worldwide market development team for Genotyping, according to his LinkedIn.
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