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Many young women tell the same story. The phenomenon of human trafficking has been well documented in recent years, but that doesn't mean it has been stopped. Most recently, on January 25, Italy's Gazzetta del Sud newspaper reported that five people had been arrested, accused of human trafficking, prostituting minors and slavery charges.
Each group along the route takes its cut. Not all of them are directly linked, but they are all getting rich from selling humans into the sex trade. Massimo Lugli, a crime reporter with the Italian daily La Repubblica , estimated in April that there were nine million men paying for prostitutes in Italy alone and that business was worth 90 million euros per month. It is hard to find many women to testify directly to what they have suffered.
The traffickers tend to be part of, or linked to, highly organized Nigerian crime fraternities that have existed since the s. They rely on secret and often violent initiation rituals, sometimes reportedly even rape and murder, to bind their members to the clan. Nigerian newspapers report children as young as ten being initiated into some fraternities.
Some of the gangs have turned to the very lucrative practices of organized crime -- trafficking drugs, arms and people. Two of the biggest are the Confraternity of the Supreme Eiye, also known as "The Airlords", which even has its own Facebook page, and the Black Axe organization.
According to Italian police, both these groups have been behind huge operations within the country and were raided several times over the course of in both Sicily and Sardinia. Then you have to swear you will pay back a debt," explains a young woman named Patience, speaking on Italian TV in Only we understand that. Even if you are Christian, you know that 'Juju' [Voodoo] exists and it works. Patience bows her head. She was keen to work, she says, just not as a prostitute.