On Tuesday, Donald Castilblanco-Hernandez, 27, pleaded guilty in a federal court to transporting a woman across state lines for prostitution. The Nicaraguan national, who is in the country illegally, admitted to the U.S. Attorney’s Office that in January, he traveled to Georgia to pick up a woman and returned her to Alabama to work for him as a prostitute.
According to court documents, ICE agents entered the illegal alien’s Northport residence on Jan. 15 and found the woman and a man who told the agents he paid money to have sex with her. Castilblanco-Hernandez was arrested as he approached the house.
Castilblanco-Hernandez faces up to ten years in prison, after which he will presumably be deported.
This case is only the latest example of human trafficking and forced prostitution, being fostered by illegal immigration.
The following is a list of other such cases:
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