Women transporting women for sex

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Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz today announced that Jung Ja Ornstein, 62, and Eric Ornstein, 49, have been indicted by a Queens County grand jury and arraigned in Queens Supreme Court on sex trafficking charges and other crimes for allegedly bringing two female victims from Korea and coercing them to have sex with strangers for cash. These two defendants are accused of purposely bringing two women to Queens from Korea and forcing them into the sex trade industry. The two are in custody and charged accordingly. Jung Ja and Eric Ornstein, of Flushing, Queens, were both arraigned before Queens Supreme Court Justice Vallone on an count indictment charging them with sex trafficking, promoting prostitution in the second and third degree and grand larceny in the second, third and fourth degree. Justice Vallone ordered the defendants to return to Court on March 12,

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Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the elections in your district and across NYC. A Flushing couple have been indicted by a grand jury Court on sex trafficking charges and other crimes for allegedly bringing two women from Korea and coercing them to have sex with strangers for cash, according to Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz. Jung Ja Ornstein, 62, and Eric Ornstein, 49, were arraigned before Queens Supreme Court Justice Peter Vallone on an count indictment charging them with sex trafficking and promoting prostitution. According to the charges, in , one of the victims read an advertisement in Korea that stated she could make money in America. When the woman arrived at JFK Airport, she was met by defendant Jung Ja Ornstein, who took the victim to an address on Steinway Street in Long Island City and informed her that to pay off her debt she would be engaging in prostitution.

In its original form the act made it a felony to engage in interstate or foreign commerce transport of "any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery , or for any other immoral purpose". Its primary stated intent was to address prostitution, immorality, and human trafficking , particularly where trafficking was for the purposes of prostitution. It was one of several acts of protective legislation aimed at moral reform during the Progressive Era. In practice, its ambiguous language about "immorality" resulted in it being used to criminalize even consensual sexual behavior between adults.
Federal government websites often end in. The site is secure. Breadcrumb ICE Newsroom. Man pleads guilty to transporting more than women for interstate prostitution ring. The case was investigated by the Transnational Gang Unit of U.