CEBU, Philippines — The Supreme Court has condemned a lady to life detainment for keeping up or enlisting young ladies to take part in prostitution and offering them for sexual abuse by clients.
Nancy Lasaca Ramirez, false name "Soy," was discovered blameworthy past sensible uncertainty for damaging Republic Act 9208 or the Anti-dealing in Persons Act. Beside life detainment, she was requested to pay a fine of P2 million.
"Blamed litigant at first utilized the protection for refusal, affirming that she was only in the zone to tune in to a live band when the police hurried to her and captured her. Forswearing, nonetheless, turns into a powerless protection against the positive distinguishing proof by the poseur-purchaser and the minor exploited people," the choice read.
Ramirez was accused in 2009 of qualified dealing under the watchful eye of the court after she was captured in an ensnarement task in Lapu-Lapu City. Supposedly, she offered four young ladies matured 20, 16, and 15 to poseur-purchasers.
The Regional Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force agents affirmed that preceding the activity last December 5, 2009, they got a report about the supposed across the board closeout of young ladies for sexual administration in a KTV Bar in Lapu-Lapu City.
Upon the arrival of the capture, the agents went to the KTV bar, requested brew, and sat tight for the pimps. Afterward, Ramirez moved toward them and told that she could give them young ladies.
The gatherings concurred that P600 would be paid for every young lady and the poseur-purchasers paid P2,400 for the four young ladies.
The announcements of the agents were supported by the young ladies who said that they were pimped by Ramirez.
The preliminary court sentenced Ramirez in spite of her safeguard that she was in the region with her sister to watch a live band. She requested her case right to the SC after the Court of Appeals insisted the judgment of the preliminary court.
Partner Justice Marvic Leonen denied the intrigue.