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Attorney Preet Bharara of the Southern District of New York announced that Dino Bouterse, a citizen of Suriname who assisted in the formation of that country’s Counter-Terrorism Unit, was sentenced today in federal court in New York City to 195 months in prison for attempting to provide material support and resources to Hezbollah, a designated terrorist organization, along with narcotics trafficking and firearms offenses. As a test run, Bouterse and Muntslag sent 10 kilograms of cocaine on a commercial flight departing from Suriname.
Migrant workers in agriculture and on fishing boats off the coast are highly vulnerable to forced labor, as are children working in informal urban sectors and gold mines.The United Nations Human Rights Committee judged that the 15 victims were "arbitrarily deprived of their lives contrary to article 6 (1) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights" and appealed to Suriname to investigate the killings and prosecute the people found responsible.In 2007, Mr Bouterse, who had long maintained his innocence in the murders, accepted political responsibility for them, but denied direct involvement.The Government of Suriname does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so.During the year, authorities increased the number of sex trafficking cases prosecuted, and identified an increased number of child sex trafficking victims, The government did not, however, report any trafficking convictions, raising concerns about accountability for trafficking offenders.
After all, Mr Bouterse is known for flexing his muscle, as he came to international prominence in February 1980 when he and his colleagues staged a military coup to overthrow the Government of Suriname.