Cybersex or any criminal activity for that matter cannot prosper if the police were serious in its duty to enforce law and safeguard public morals.The NBI headlined the raids upon receiving intelligence information from the United States Homeland Security."We were forced to take a cotton ball and dip it in pigeon's blood, then put that in our sex organ," she says. In some parts of Asia, anti-trafficking groups have found that men believe sex with a virgin can cure their HIV/AIDS.Social workers say that's led to a disturbing trend with tragic consequences for the victims of human trafficking.A former parish priest had previously alerted local officials about this problem, but they chose to look the other way.The high profile raid conducted by the NBI with the aid of the US Homeland Security in 2011 prompted the legislative council of Cordova to pass an ordinance requiring people owning laptops and computers to register their electronic equipment with the municipio.The act, signed last Wednesday, September 12, prohibits the "willful engagement, maintenance, control, or operation, direction or indirectly, of any lascivious exhibition of sexual organs or sexual activity, with the aid of a computer system, for favor or consideration." The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 aims to cut down on cybercrime by making certain acts such as cyber-squatting, computer-related forgery and identity theft, and child pornography, illegal.
You might have heard of the story of the “rain of petals” by former Carmelite nun, Teresita L. This supernatural event happened in 1948 and has penetrated the souls of many people.
If this suggests that the local police had been excluded from the operation, is it because the NBI and the US agency didn’t want the local police to mess it up?
The people of Cordova depend largely on fishing as their means of livelihood.
"But when I arrived I realized it was a 'casa.'" 'Casa' is a code word for brothel in the Philippines. They often leave their homes and villages in the provinces, seeking opportunities to support their families.
The traffickers are adept at convincing them to travel with them.
From the Mactan Cebu International Airport, the image of Mary Mediatrix of All Grace will be brought to the Parish of San Isidro Labrador in barangay Talamban, Cebu City where a mass will be celebrated to be followed by prayer vigil throughout the day.