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Prostitution & Corruption investigation; Integrity Commission says ‘no comment’

While the Integrity Commission director, Eugene Otuonye has declined any comment on whether or not they are investigating allegations of corruption in the Immigration Department over officers move to arrest eight Latino women working at a Kew Town bar in Provo; Magnetic Media is informed that not only has the Commission questioned the women who are from Venezuela and the Dominican Republic but that there is a plan to interview these potential witnesses again.
Immigration arrested the ladies and held them six days at the South Dock Road Detention Center.
The bar owner, who is very well known, reportedly circulated audio saying the officers at Immigration are known for shaking him down and another audio where he is blasting the Premier for not helping him to get his girls back.
Magnetic Media is informed that there are as many as 15-20 night clubs in country which host women as dancers, servers and prostitutes.
We are also told that sex for sale starts at around $150 and just as an international report has communicated to the world; it is big business in the Turks and Caicos where many officials allegedly do little to nothing to stop the industry – the report says many of them are tied to these illicit operations.
Recently, another group of women, this time from Colombia landed in the Turks and Caicos.

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