Three Bali immigration officers arrested over Cambodia organ trafficking ring

Three Bali immigration officers have been arrested for their alleged role in an illegal organ trafficking syndicate that ferried dozens of victims to Cambodia to sell their kidneys, Indonesian police said on Saturday (Jul 29).

The move comes as authorities crack down on the suspected illegal organ trade ring, arresting 12 members last week – including a police officer and an immigration officer identified as AH – accused of smuggling 122 victims abroad.

The three Bali immigration officers are accused of working with AH, who allegedly took bribes to allow victims lured by the trafficking ring to easily pass through immigration checks to Cambodia for kidney surgeries.

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