TRIMARCO SA: La verdad detras de la desaparicion de Marita Veron: mentiras, negocios millonarios y politica K. by Christian SanzEl 3 de abril de 2002, una joven tucumana llamada Maria de los Angeles Veron desaparecio de la faz de la Tierra.
En un principio, su madre, Susana Trimarco, denuncio fuertes sospechas de que la hubiera matado su propio yerno, pareja de su hija. Tambien abundo en otras hipotesis, como deudas de juego de su propio marido.
Sin embargo, al poco tiempo la mujer empezo a dar forma a una interesante trama referida a un posible secuestro por trata de personas detras de la evaporacion de su hija.
En ese contexto, armo un discurso solido y convincente, que logro introducir con eficacia en la sociedad y los medios de comunicacion. Ciertamente, una historia fantastica, pero que carece de evidencia concreta y concluyente.
Este libro deja expuesta a Trimarco con sus mentiras y contradicciones, basado en el propio expediente judicial y el testimonio de fuentes irrefutables. Tambien aporta media docena de primicias sorprendentes, como el hecho de que madre e hija hablaron por telefono luego de que esta ultima desapareciera.
Es una obra que, no solo echa por tierra la historia oficial, sino que ademas expone la manera en que se enriquecio la madre de Marita Veron, la forma en que pergeno su militancia K y como evito rendir gran parte de los millonarios subsidios que obtuvo a lo largo de los anos.
Sepa el lector que, es tan fuerte y documentada la denuncia de este libro, que la propia Trimarco intento frenar su salida a traves de sus abogados.
Y sepa algo mas: es el resultado de mas de 10 anos de trabajo independiente y honesto de un simple periodista.
Maria de los Angeles “Marita” Veron
After finding no clues to her whereabouts, a witness came forward to testify that he had seen Marita being bundled into a car by three men. The terrifying reality dawned on the family that their daughter had been kidnapped and enslaved as part of a trafficking ring that stole the bodies of young women and prostituted them for personal profit. These women are not prostitutes but sex slaves: women stolen from their homes, forcefully held in servitude and coerced into sexual relations against their will with clients of the kidnappers. The following year, two more victims came forward to attest to having seen Marita, and confirm the role of Liliana Medida. Conscious of the corruption and complicity of the police in the prostitution rings, Trimarco took the issue into her own hands, putting her life on the line by disguising herself as a prostitute and infiltrating various brothels across the city.
After getting little help from police, Trimarco launched her own investigation into a tip that the year-old was abducted and forced into sex slavery. Soon, Trimarco was visiting brothels seeking clues about her daughter and the search took an additional goal: rescuing sex slaves and helping them start new lives. Sunday night, President Cristina Fernandez gave her a human rights award before hundreds of thousands of people in the Plaza de Mayo. Her painful journey has now reached a milestone. Prostitution is not illegal in Argentina, but the exploitation of women for sex is. The alleged ringleaders denied knowing Veron and said that women who work in their brothels do so willingly. Prosecutors have asked for up to 25 years imprisonment for those convicted.
Sara Susana del Valle Trimarco de Veron, or Susana Trimarco (born ), is an Argentinian Susana Trimarco's daughter Marita (born Maria de los Angeles) was kidnapped in San Miguel de Tucuman, the capital of Tucuman Province.
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Her search shined a light on the terrible crime of human trafficking. In July of , the first specialized shelter for victims of human trafficking was inaugurated in Tucuman, Argentina. Since this initial project, these assistance protocols have been put in place in the cities of Buenos Aires and Cordoba.
Facebook: Unresolved Mysteries Page. Three days later she was found by police in the area of La Ramada, over 30 kilometers away, wearing shoes with heels instead of the sneakers she had been wearing when she disappeared. It appeared that she had escaped from a sex party. I will never forget that day, as it was when my daughter's life was destroyed," Susana Trimarco told the BBC. She and her husband Daniel, who died in , asked at hospitals, and spoke to police and neighbours about Marita. No-one knew her whereabouts.
These are external links and will open in a new window. A court in Argentina has sentenced 10 people to up to 22 years in jail for the kidnapping and sexual exploitation of a young woman, Marita Veron. The defendants were all cleared of abducting her in , but a new trial was ordered after her mother, Susana Trimarco, appealed. The case shone a light on sex trafficking in Argentina after Ms Trimarco rescued many women in the search for her daughter. Ms Veron disappeared from the city of San Miguel de Tucuman when she was 23 years old, but has never been found. Sex workers reported spotting her in several locations in the country, where they said she was forced to work as a prostitute. The court in the north-western province of Tucuman handed down sentences of 22 years in prison to two brothers, Jose and Gonzalo Gomez.