Four charged with trafficking women for prostitution

April 9, 2012 17:15


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The Tel Aviv District Attorney filed an indictment in the Tel Aviv District Court on Monday, charging three men and one woman with trafficking women from Russia and Ukraine to work as prostitutes in Israel.

According to the indictment, Bat Yam resident Oleg 'Alex' Zversky, aged 36,  40-year-old Vyacheslav 'Slavik' Magaziner, from Rishon Lezion and 36-year-old Eilat resident Yaakov Malka, aged 36 employed women from Ukraine and Russia, as well as Israeli citizens, in various brothels in Tel Aviv.

The three men convinced young Ukrainian and Russian women to come to Israel where the fourth defendant, 29-year-old Olga Fisher from Bat Yam, met them at the airport and took them to Zversky, the indictment said.

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