The victim left the Jacuzzi and immediately reported what happened to family, who then reported it to ship security. government personnel are still prohibited from using the Mexican ferry services).
The victim was examined by medical personnel on the ship, who found abrasions on her genitals consisted with digital penetration by force. Consular Office in Playa del Carmen was temporarily shut down due to crime threats unrelated to the threat against ferries operating between Playa del Carmen and Cozumel. Some cruise lines have cancelled all excursions using the ferry services, as we previously reported.
When the crew member returned to Manila she reported the alleged crime but was turned away, according to the Manila Bulletin.
She went to a local criminal investigation bureau which could not assist her because the alleged crime took place on the high seas.
The Government of Honduras lacks sufficient resources to properly respond to, investigate, and prosecute cases.
As a result, criminals operate with a high degree of impunity throughout Honduras." The State Department says that the country's murder rate has decreased to 66 per 100,000 in 2014, down from its peak of 86.5 per 100,000 in 2011. The warning for Roatan says that crime there and in the Bay Islands is lower than the Honduras mainland.
The assault occurred yesterday while the ship was at the La Spezia terminal.
The Primocanale news station says that girl, who was traveling with her aunt and uncle, left the dinner table to return to her cabin.
For those cruise passengers and travel agents in the know, it is common knowledge that there is an epidemic of crime in Nassau as the country heads to a record high number of murders. and the Canadian governments have provided to their citizens. The reports says that “an apparent two-year rise in armed robberies in The Bahamas has spurred numerous warnings by foreign governments to their citizens visiting the country. There have been 111 murders in 2015 in the Bahamas, primarily in Nassau. My personal opinions about the problems in Nassau are irrelevant, of course.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) announced yesterday that a grand jury indicted a man from Jacksonville, Florida for aggravated sexual abuse by force of a young woman on Carnival cruise ship. The indictment arises out of a incident which occurred on February 27, 2018 on the when a 23 year old man reportedly sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman with special needs during a cruise to the Bahamas. agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation were notified by the security department of the Carnival Cruise Line vessel Elation that a passenger onboard the ship had been involved in an incident of sexual abuse on February 27, 2018.
The incident occurred in a hot tub aboard the Carnival cruise ship. Last year, 35 passengers and crew members reported being victims of sexual sexual attacks on Carnival Cruise Line ships, for an an average of three a month. The FBI earlier released a statement about the incident, saying: . The victim stated that she was in the Jacuzzi with Holland on the cruise ship when he kept attempting to put his arm around her and she attempted to move further away from him.
Meanwhile, the expanding cruise industry is still promoting Mexico as a regular attraction to its guests. Tainted Alcohol & Crime: Mexico Struggles With Image As Cruise Destination Top 10 Most Dangerous Cruise Destinations in the World See also: Washington Post - Acapulco is Now Mexico's Murder Capital.
Although crime in the country of Honduras has declined in the past two years, the U. Department of State continues to warn that the level of crime and violence in Honduras remains "critically high," The State Department website warns that: "Crime and violence are serious problems throughout the country.