Canada Extradites Slovenian Man on Sex Trafficking Charges

By , 05 Nov 2020, 12:08 PM News
Canada Extradites Slovenian Man on Sex Trafficking Charges Interpol

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STA, 5 November 2020 - Canada has extradited a Slovenian man wanted on an international arrest warrant. Unofficial information suggests the person in question is Sergej Racman, who is wanted on sex trafficking charges.

Slovenian police said Wednesday evening that the man had been handed to police after being deported from Canada and taken to the Koper prison.

The news comes two months after it was reported that the fugitive businessman had been tracked down and apprehended in Canada.

The former owner of the cinema chain operator Kolosej is wanted in Slovenia under an Interpol Red Notice alert for his alleged role in a prostitution ring that was allegedly operating in the Marina Sauna Club near Nova Gorica.

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The specialised state prosecution has been dealing with the case since July 2019, and has filed an indictment at the Koper District Court against 18 individuals, including Racman.

They are being charged of having abused a total of 413 women for prostitution between 1 August 2014 and 23 January 2020. They made at least EUR 21 million in illegal gains.

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