Indian Sentenced to 3 Years for Human Trafficking

May 2013
India -- West;5/31/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 28, pA32
The article informs that Indian Kaushik Jayantibhai Thakkar and Brazilian Fabiano Augusto Amorim have been sentenced to three years of imprisonment in the U.S. on charges of human trafficking.


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