Trafficking ring linked to doctor in China busted for selling people and newborns

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China doctorA two -year investigation has led authorities in Spain and France to arrest more than 75 people suspected of human trafficking.

Police say the smuggling ring was based in China where people would pay up to $66,000 dollars for a fake passport and a ticket to Europe or the U.S. where they were sometimes forced to work as prostitutes.

Another smuggling case out of china has been busted up. This time a doctor who allegedly told parents their newborns were seriously ill then took the babies and sold them. Twin girls who were allegedly sold back in may have now been reunited with their parents, but police are investigating dozens more claims of missing babies.

Hopefully those parents will get the happy ending they’re looking for.

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