BLOODS GANG SEX TRAFFICKING CASE
This is a case analysis on a multi state adult sex trafficking ring led by a violent pimp with the gang moniker "Macknificent". There are several unique factors that we should take note of in understanding the many different ways gangs use to exploit women and conduct multi million dollar money laundering operations.
Much of the sex selling took place in upscale mansions in the Dallas Ft Worth area.
There were at least 20 women being coerced and forced into commercial sex.
There may be as many as 100 female victims nation wide.
Obviously there were other pimps working with Macknificent that have not yet been arrested.
The sex trafficking and money laundering was facilitated by two females working with the pimp.
This is organized criminal activity conducting forced prostitution in at least 13 states.
This case is about money laundering of at least $7.3 million made by prostituting women.
Macknificent, the controlling pimp, was violent and often threatened to harm and kill the women.
The female victims feared for their lives. They were forced to earn $1000 a day and only received $10 of it to eat. They were beaten, slapped, raped, burned and kicked.
Police received tips of criminal activity prior to this SWAT raid but could not gather enough evidence to justify a warrant.
Initial interviews of the exploited females resulted in denial of any prostitution activity.
Police were called to a home invasion shooting and connected with one of the females.
That female later escaped and went to the hospital after being shot in the buttocks.
The escaped female trusted police enough to confess and her story was corroborated with prior police investigation details.
The most important take away in this case review is that there is no text book case of gang trafficking. It is critical to understand the indicators of each case to educate yourself and others on how individual gang pimps and large scale criminal organizations use and exploit innocent people to make and launder millions of dollars.
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