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Taiwanese Man Arrested on Human Trafficking and Forced Prostitution Charges

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BANGKOK – Pol Lt-General Surachet Hakpan, Commander of the Immigration Police Bureau told a press briefing yesterday that police have arrested a Taiwanese man on charges of human trafficking and forced prostitution.

Wei Tzu-hao is wanted in Taiwan for conspiring to lure two Thai women via Facebook by offering them jobs, said Pol Lt-General Surachet Hakpan, Commander of the Immigration Police Bureau.

Once the victims arrived in Taiwan, they were forced into the sex trade and physically abused, said Surachet.

Police believe more women had been victimized by this trafficking ring, he said.