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Four Cubans guilty of human trafficking fined and deported from Jamaica

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Kingston Jamaica July 25: Four Cubans believed to be part of a human trafficking ring were hit with heavy fines Monday and ordered deported.

The Cubans, 41-year-old Jorge Felix; 37-year-old Crespo Mario Antonio; 25-year-old Cruz Hernandez Paval and 25-year-old Sanchez Vasquez, pleaded guilty when they appeared in the Half-Way-Tree Criminal Court.

They were each fined $50,000 for uttering forged documents to local immigration officials.

The four Cubans were arrested on July 6 while they were trying to leave the country on false travel documents.

They had arrived on a flight from Barbados and were preparing to board a flight to Miami when they were held.

They were held in possession of false Puerto Rican birth certificates and driver licence.

A senior investigator told the court Monday that the Cubans destroyed their original travel documents on the flight from Barbados.

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