a Very involved in the management of a strip club called Porkys, which likely victims of trafficking of women participating. FBI headquarters also has information that the major Russian organized crime syndicates, the Izmailovskaya, Dagestantsy, Kazanskaya and Solntsenskaya-involved in the prostitution industry in the United States. Given how professional organizations operate abroad and the brutality of these organizations, it is likely that this participation in the U.S. includes trafficking in women through the use of deception, threats or violence. Russian women have also been traffic a to Florida, including the Panhandle, for the cleanup. Agents of the FBI and the INS in Florida claim that Russia and Central Europe are women in response to ads in local newspapers to work in the U.S.. Once in the U.S., these women provide maid service in motels and become virtual servants, working long hours for little pay.
Women are paid through a series of companies for what appears to be women who work only part time for companies need not provide any benefit. FBI is not confident or not Russia’s largest union is the management of these companies. Another trend interest identified by FBI agents in New York are cases in which Russian organized crime groups tried to “muscle” and control the traffic situation after having noticed its profitability. Bratva Russian Brotherhood, a group of criminals with ties to Russian crime boss Ivankov the successor to the organization use extortion, assault and battery in July 1998 for the control of the dance and its agencies brought women drivers in Russia and the delivery to exotic nightclubs, bars and escort services.