Under One Roof Facebook Prostitution Group cracked down by NBI agents

By: jayleen in People

Under One Roof, a hidden/closed Facebook group, is a venue where prostitutes, pimps, and their clients meet together. Under One Roof is one of the major groups in Facebook where women allegedly post their pictures and contact numbers in the group to attract their customers.

under-one-roof-facebook-prostitution-syndicate.jpg

However, the people behind the suspected prostitution service on Facebook "Under One Roof" group was tracked by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) operatives.

NBI officer Palmer Mallari, head of the bureau's technical intelligence division, said that they are coordinating with Facebook to identify the administrators and members of an alleged prostitution group on the social media website.

NBI agents set an entrapment operation on Thursday of last week over a hotel in Manila where a group of women were set to meet their clients who availed their services.

NBI targeted two women who allegedly use Facebook for prostitution, appeared at the hotel around 5 p.m. and talked to NBI assets who posed as customers. The women were allegedly willing to go "all the way" for Php 3,000 each.

Ludivicio Patrimonio, women's pimp, accompanied the women on Thursday to serve their clients who availed the prostitution services offered by the Facebook prostitution group.

NBI agents arrested the suspected pimps after they received the money. They also entered the hotel room where the women and their customers went.

The women, considered as victims, pointed at a pimp, "Wizzy," as the one who posted their photos and phone numbers in a Facebook group.

However, in an interview made by Pinky Webb, a news anchor and field reporter of ABS CBN news, Ludivicio Patrimonio confessed that he is the one liable in posting the pictures of women prostitutes in the facebook prostitution group--"Under One Roof". under-one-roof-suspect-ludivicio-patrimonio.jpg

Suspects are now facing charges under RA 9208 or Anti Trafficking in Persons Act under sec10.

Any person found guilty of committing any of the acts enumerated in Section 5 shall suffer the penalty of imprisonment of fifteen (15) years and a fine of not less than five hundred thousand pesos (Php500,000.00) but not more than one (1) million pesos (Php 1,000,000.00).

While one of the women, a 17-year-old minor, was brought to the Department of Social Welfare and development.

Source: ABS CBN news


jayleen

Author

jayleen

Posted by DiversityHuman.com on 12 Nov 2012



Enter your email address:

Enter a valid email and receive notifications of our new posts! We won't spam you. Promise!


COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: Should you, or your organization, possess the copyright to any images attached on our main entries and you are able to prove such claim, please contact the webmaster at your earliest convenience. Use of these materials (images,embedded videos, etc.) are not intended as a copyright infringement on any of the artist or any other entity's copyrighted material.



People


Thank you for the visit!

DiversityHuman.com - It's all about us. It's all about you!