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In other instances, coyotes smuggle women across the border and then force or coerce them into selling sex to pay off smuggling fees.
The United Nations says criminals who once trafficked weapons and drugs have made women their latest commodity.
Hayes Jr., special agent in charge of Homeland Security Investigations in New York.
Traffickers set up shop in metropolitan areas—they often choose Queens for its central location along the Eastern corridor to cities north and south, plus its big clientele base in New York City—and send women to farms near and far, ranging from Vermont to Florida.
"It's a sex-trafficking city," says Human Trafficking Intervention Court Judge Toko Serita, "where generations of families and men are engaged in the business." Men there "recruit" women from elsewhere in Mexico, often by pretending to fall in love with them, and then bring them to Tenancingo, where the forced prostitution begins.
From there, many pimps take their victims to work in Mexico City; some later go to the U. Janet grew up with her grandmother in Puebla, a half-hour drive from Tenancingo.
Many of the town's 10,000 residents are involved in prostitution; for young men, becoming a pimp means joining the family business.
While the women laid down rags, the men, filthy and reeking of sweat after spending all morning in the fields, quickly finished eating and formed lines outside the sheds, with as many as 50 men waiting for a woman.
Ricardo stayed by the car, keeping lookout for police or anyone who might try to rob him and the women.
As soon as she arrived in Charlotte, Janet knew there would be johns waiting for her at the brothel.
The next day would be the same routine, and that thought made her hate herself. Janet was forced into prostitution in Mexico by a boyfriend named Antonio in 1999; coyotes brought them across the border the following year, and they went to live with Antonio's family in the borough of Queens in New York City, where she was put to work in brothels.