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A notorious Nigerian human trafficker named Rambo has been arrested in Italy

June 22, 2017 lawson james 0 Comments

A notorious Nigerian human trafficker named Rambo has been arrested in Italy
A notorious Nigerian human trafficker named Rambo has been arrested in Italy
A Nigerian human trafficker known as "Rambo" was arrested in Italy for torturing and killing prisoners detained in Libya, Italian police said on Tuesday.

The suspect named John Ogais, aged 25, was assigned to a reception center in Calabria in southern Italy and has wrists to belong to a transnational ring of smuggling, specializing in trafficking in human beings , Murder and rape.

Detectives in Agrigento in Sicily gathered testimonies of migrants who accuse Ogais of torturing captives in an improvised prison, at least two of whom died by hand.

Many of those who have been rescued by fragile dinghies in the Mediterranean as they try to make a perilous journey to Europe carry torture scars and tell the rescuers that they have had no choice but to flee their lives Of the African country suffering from a crisis.

According to the police statement, one of the witnesses said that his cousin and others had been caught and tortured almost to death while they were trying to escape.

Another said: "Once I saw Rambo, the Nigerian killed a migrant he had grown and tortured for a long time." The Libyan Express reports.

A third witness said he saw Rambo beat a miner and a man to death.

Rescuers at sea described distressed recession situations in which security agents blocked migrants and asked their families to send money to buy their freedom. Those who do not comply are executed.

Reports also emerged of merciless traffickers burying live people on Libya's beaches if they refuse to embark on non-navigable boats and overcrowded boats.

Despite the dangers, many who arrive in Libya - fleeing conflict or poverty - find it almost impossible to leave, if not by sea, according to AFP

According to a report by the UN refugee agency, more than 77,000 people have tried to cross the Mediterranean to Europe since the beginning of the year, nearly 2,000 have tried to cross.

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