the law enforcement investigates whether the alleged members of the Mafia, arrested last Sunday in a hostel in Cusco and involved in trafficking in human beings with entrance examinations at the National University of San Antonio Abad in Cusco (Unsaac), have links to pre-university academies and workers from the same house of studies.
The head of the police region of Cusco, PNP Manuel Mar, said that after the investigation it will be determined whether the detainees Carlos Daniel Ticona Rivera (23), Jhonny Ventura Mamani (31) and Gustavo Zúñiga Cjuno (31) "Negotiated" with the promoters, teachers or employees of these preparation centers.
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Those who were being held, with advanced communication equipment attached to the body and hearing, charged in between 8,000 and 10,000 soles to provide the applicants with the answers of the 2018-II admission test.
The head of the Commissariat of Tahuantinsuyo, Major PNP Gilberto Uriarte, revealed that three of the arrested applicants -Cristian Chachaque Huanca (18), Jerson Romero Paniura (19) and the minor F. M. L.- were in their possession mobile phones to send photos from exam to the subjects that were in the shelter.
High-tech agents assess the laptops found in the possession of the alleged human traffickers, based on the suspicion that there was information about the admission test 2018-II. It is being investigated whether they were previously the testand the possible responsible for having filtered.
On the other hand, the rector of the Unsaac, Nicolás Cáceres Huambo, assured in statements to some mass media that an administrative inquiry was being carried out and if the case deserved, the members of the Admission committee.
Cáceres also warned that the fourteen detainees they will not apply again to the University Library.