Australian National Charged With Rape &Human Trafficking In Jinja

Australian National Charged With Rape &Human Trafficking In Jinja

The Sexual and Gender Based Violent Department of CID Headquarters, in coordination with the office of the DPP, have charged to court a foreign national with Rape and Trafficking in persons.

The suspect, identified as Jones Robert Williams, is an Australian, and Managing Director of Jinja Marine supplies Co. Ltd, who was arraigned in Jinja Chief Magistrates Court for Rape and Trafficking in Persons.

This has been confirmed by Police spokesperson Fred Enanga saying ”Human Trafficking and Sexual abuse are disgraceful and unacceptable crimes in society. The suspect in this case is a foreign national, who took advantage of his female workers, and conditioned them into having sexual intercourse with him, failure of which, he would threaten to sack them. He in addition, had group sex with the female victims and also instructed them to perform sexual acts, using sex toys, as he recorded them on videos. Several videos were recovered and exhibited. The pornographic content that was created, was shared on specialized websites at a cost”.

”We urge anyone with information about potential Human Trafficking offences in their area to contact the police, so that further enquiries can be carried out. We need the public to work with us, if we are to identify and help vulnerable individuals from being exploited” Enanga added.

Enanga further noted that their team will continue to investigate and vigorously prosecute human traffickers and sexual predators, in order to bring justice to victims and pursue those who abuse, manipulate and exploit vulnerable persons for personal gain adding that this case is a testament of our Joint dedicated efforts and commitment to working together, to eradicate these deplorable crimes from our community.

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