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  1. #4515

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  2. #4514

    Wanted criminal arrested in Venezuela

    LOCAL.

    By Correspondent Feb. 10,2021 link https://www.curacaochronicle.com/pos...-in-venezuela/.

    CORO. A Curaçao hitman, who received a blue alert from the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), was arrested this Tuesday in Coro, Miranda municipality of Falcóand state in Venezuela. Julio Alberto Guerrero, 33, nicknamed "Kuchi", was arrested on Calle González, near the José Leonardo Chirinos bypass, Parcelaciones Sur Independencia, where officials of the Bolivarian National Police assigned to the Department Against Theft and Theft of Vehicles, carried out an operation to search people and cars.

    "Kuchi" tried to evade the arrest and even tried to persuade the officials that he was deaf and dumb, however, once taken to the police headquarters and questioned, he revealed his true identity.

    Consulted in the Interpol records, Julio Alberto Guerrero is listed as a suspect in the crime of Werner "Wenchi" Mingeli, 43, committed on September 27,2016 in Erosweg, a crime commissioned by the Colombian mafia, as well as in the triple murder on July 15 of that same year in the Campo Alegre parking lot in Curaçao, where, with 66 shots, he killed Richenelo Emereciana, 22; Irving "Pulúand" Rosa, 35, and Cristed Leonard, 21.

    Julio Alberto Guerrero, appears in records as the leader of a gang that operates in Curaçao and whose criminal incidence is the assaults on banks, casinos, as well as the hired assassins or murders on request. He records previous arrests for illegally carrying high-caliber weapons such as AK-47, AR-15 rifles, as well as Glock pistols, used for his criminal operations.

  3. #4513

    RE: Can you provide some contact of the returning campo girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by DPorn  [View Original Post]
    Can you provide some contact of the returning campo girls?
    Phone numbers and email addresses of WGs cannot be openly shared here in the forum. They can only be shared through private messages, and you don't have that capability because you haven't paid the membership fee.

  4. #4512
    Quote Originally Posted by Cursnoop  [View Original Post]
    You need a lot of money. I know one Dutch guy paid for one to be here for 2 weeks but for now she is back in Bogota.
    That was one real happy Campo girl. Did she stay in her old room, LOL? Some of the Campo gals must be climbing the walls like cats in heat back in their hometowns.

    Question, if Campo does not get a Casino license, will it reopen? Are any upgrades and repairs being done by new owners or was the place vandalized after closing?

    I liked staying at Santa Barbara Hotel. What hotels do people think are similar?

    Wishing all in Curacao and the Campo Girls Covid free lives.

  5. #4511
    Quote Originally Posted by DPorn  [View Original Post]
    Can you provide some contact of the returning campo girls?
    You need a lot of money. I know one Dutch guy paid for one to be here for 2 weeks but for now she is back in Bogota.

  6. #4510

    Can you provide some contact of the returning campo girls?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cursnoop  [View Original Post]
    There is illegal prostitution on the island. There are a lot of Venezuelans and I just heard there are some returning Campo girls back on the island.
    Can you provide some contact of the returning campo girls?

  7. #4509
    Quote Originally Posted by Berliner2021  [View Original Post]
    I was planning to go to Curacao for 2 weeks end of February.

    With the Campo closed: is it possible to find female company? Are there still ladies on the island?
    There is illegal prostitution on the island. There are a lot of Venezuelans and I just heard there are some returning Campo girls back on the island.

  8. #4508

    Aynhting giong on in Curacao at the moment?

    I was planning to go to Curacao for 2 weeks end of February.

    With the Campo closed: is it possible to find female company? Are there still ladies on the island?

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I found an article about Campo from June 2020. This is the "NOS" newspaper from the Netherlands but translated into English by google translate. Looks like investors are waiting for virus Covid to end. Here's what the former manager of Marlon Regales said: . "Marlon Regales is not concerned about Campo's survival. " It is now closed due to bankruptcy, but the business model is strong, especially when a casino license is issued. "According to the former manager, investors are waiting until the corona pandemic is over, to create the opportunity for the oldest profession in the new normal ". Here I will try to link to the article https://nos.nl/artikel/2336831-groot...r-hoelang.html A copy of the article here: "Large open-air brothel Curaao closes after 71 years, but for how long? ".

    Dick Drayer.

    Correspondent Curaao.

    After 71 years, Campo Alegre in Curaao comes to an end. The open-air brothel was established by the government and the Catholic Church to protect Curaao's own women against moral decay. Campo already had millions in debt and the corona measures were added to that. This week the last 24 sex workers left; now the resort with 150 tendon rooms is empty...

  9. #4507

    "More illegal prostitution and more cases of HIV"

    This is an article from the "Curacao Chronicle" link here https://www.curacaochronicle.com/pos...-cases-of-hiv/ Mc William: "More illegal prostitution and more cases of HIV".

    LOCAL.

    By Correspondent Nov. 5, 2020.

    WILLEMSTAD. According to Member of Parliament Giselle McWilliam, the closure of the Campo Alegre brothel has led to an increase in illegal prostitution in Curaçao. According to her, there has also been an increase in the number of HIV / AIDS cases. She has sent a letter to health minister Zita Jesus-Leito.

    McWilliam wants to know from the minister if the government has an action plan to address the problems.

    In her letter, McWilliam relies on two foundations that report an increase in HIV / AIDS cases. There are no official figures yet. According to Mc William, it also plays a role that in recent years various undocumented women have entered Curaçao and are active in illegal prostitution in various neighborhoods.

  10. #4506

    Article "Large open-air brothel Curaçao closes after 71 years, but for how long? "

    I found an article about Campo from June 2020. This is the "NOS" newspaper from the Netherlands but translated into English by google translate. Looks like investors are waiting for virus Covid to end. Here's what the former manager of Marlon Regales said: . "Marlon Regales is not concerned about Campo's survival. " It is now closed due to bankruptcy, but the business model is strong, especially when a casino license is issued. "According to the former manager, investors are waiting until the corona pandemic is over, to create the opportunity for the oldest profession in the new normal ". Here I will try to link to the article https://nos.nl/artikel/2336831-groot...r-hoelang.html A copy of the article here: "Large open-air brothel Curaçao closes after 71 years, but for how long? ".

    Dick Drayer.

    Correspondent Curaçao.

    After 71 years, Campo Alegre in Curaçao comes to an end. The open-air brothel was established by the government and the Catholic Church to protect Curaçao's own women against moral decay. Campo already had millions in debt and the corona measures were added to that. This week the last 24 sex workers left; now the resort with 150 tendon rooms is empty.

    "Mi amor, como estas, how are you?" I get a big smack on the cheek from Reina, the Colombian queen of prostitution in Curaçao. At least, that's what Marlon Regales, who held sway over the camp for years, thinks. Together we sit on a bench outside Campo. No one is allowed in because of corona.

    "I've been coming here for 24 years and have a large clientele. They now give me money to survive, but as soon as the borders open in Colombia, I have to leave. Until then, the government will pay for the electricity and I do not have to pay room rent, but there is also no sex, "says Reina.

    The adult resort can be recognized by the green fig leaf in front of the entrance. Campo is reminiscent of a Roman army camp from the comics of Asterix and Obelix with high walls and a special, tightly guarded entrance. Inside the camp, the army tents have been replaced by barracks, where the sex workers received their clients.

    The concept was certainly unique in the post-war era. Women received a work and residence permit for three months from the Curaçao government and rented a small tendon room at the resort themselves. What they earned with their sex work was theirs, as long as they paid the rent of 65 euros a day. After three months they had to leave the island for a year and were replaced by 'fresh' forces.

    The American army, the Dutch state, Shell and the Roman Catholic Church were just after the war in favor of the establishment of a state brothel, although the Netherlands had a brothel ban and the church officially rejected prostitution. But with the establishment of a brothel, the 'evil' of prostitution could be contained and venereal diseases combated.

    Girls from Curaçao were not allowed to work in the camp and that has remained so to this day. You mainly found women from Colombia and the Dominican Republic.

    Curaçao initially managed to keep prostitution fairly under control with this tolerance construction. Yet for a long time there has been a hint of drug and women trafficking around the open-air brothel and prostitution has moved to the city in recent years. "With the closure of Campo, prostitution is now moving all the way to the city center," says Regales.

    And that is possible, because with the arrival of thousands of Venezuelan women who are fleeing their country without papers because of poverty, the offer is large. Most of them work as a so-called 'trago girl' in a snèk, the Papiamento name for the local bar.

    "Trago girls make a living selling drinks to customers," says Marisella Flemming of Famia Plania. "But if a man wants more, it can be arranged outside. ".

    Her Family Planning Foundation is taking illegal Venezuelan sex workers seeking protection under her 'medical' care. They receive food packages to survive through the Food Bank.

    Future after corona?

    "There is no more work and the male customers are also without income", says Flemming. "Food is necessary, of course, but they actually need money to support their families in Venezuela. They are even worse off. ".

    Marlon Regales is not concerned about Campo's survival. "It is now closed due to bankruptcy, but the business model is strong, especially when a casino license is issued. " According to the former manager, investors are waiting until the corona pandemic is over, to create the opportunity for the oldest profession in the new normal" (end of article).

  11. #4505

    Some more randoms thoughts about CUR, ARU, and SXM

    Crappy weather where I am today, so what better way to escape in these times, but to be in the Caribbean. Or at least fantasize about it. Forums have been kind of quiet with real time updates. Guess a sign that nothing is happening due to the pandemic. I know that Mel is sailing to SXM next month. Hope he is able to get off the boat at some point. Will be interesting to read what he has to say about the situation in St. Maarten.

    Unfortunately, I'm writing off any trips to the Caribbean for the foreseeable future. My guess is until a viable vaccine is established, there is no way we will return to normalcy with mongering as we knew it pre-COVID.

    I'm sure that there will always be options via the internet when one visits the islands, but escort services aren't my cup of tea. I like to kick the tires and look under the hood, even before a test drive, let alone making the big purchase. With that being said, here are some thoughts regarding Curacao. If and it's a big if, Campo ever reopens, I'm guessing Curacao is done. I don't see Campo reopening in these times, unless a miracle happens. Furthermore, it went bankrupt and if a vaccine for COVID was available tomorrow, Campo would still be off the radar. The Curacao Chronicle is a good online source of information to keep abreast of what's happening on the island, for those looking to keep up to date. Also, Curacao is really clamping down on the Venezuelans on the island. I never partook in Cubaweeg, but I know that the borders (the sea) are being more monitored than ever. The Dutch military is providing assistance with the Coast Guard to intercept boats headed to both Curacao and Aruba from Venezuela. Furthermore, the USA Military operates FOL's (Forward Operation Locations) at both Hato and Queen Beatrix International Airports for drug intercepts and surveillance. In other words, FOL is a kinder, softer word than Military Base. They've just extended the lease agreements. No wonder Maduro and Venezuela have been so well behaved, when the USA Could basically hit Venezuela with a sling shot!

    Then again, there will always be freelancers working the world's oldest profession. Will just have to work harder to find, and then run a greater risk since nothing is being regulated.

    Wondering how much more of a ghost town San Nicolas in Aruba could possibly become? But I'm betting that house on the outskirts of the RLD with the rough, older Dominicans still has it's door open! They probably have developed every antibody possible to mankind. The virus solution could lie there! LOL! For those that have been to San Nicolas, you know the house I'm talking about in the back alleys.

    Here's a shout out to our man on the ground in Curacao, Torso. Feel free to add your perspective. And to Mel over on the SXM forum, who I know reads this one as well. Happy sailing and have a safe trip. Looking forward to what you encounter in SXM, once they let you on shore!

  12. #4504
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    How would Campo be open? With what girls considering the borders to / from the D. R. N Colombia are closed? With the need for social distancing and masks. Come on, people. Think. Just a little!

    Campo won't be open until maybe some time in 2021! Probably not until 2022 after some refurbishing, and a host of legal changes on the island, and only if there are vaccines and therapeutics and COVID is over.

    Curacao just started opening their borders up to receive some tourists from a select few countries--and now the virus is back on the island so they may be headed for lockdown again, and are going to restrict flights again.

    Its like some people here are too horny to have any sense of reality.

    Ridiculous.
    A simple "no" would have sufficed without littering the forum with your diatribes. Or you could have just ignored the question.

  13. #4503

    The Carnal Pleasures of Campo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gendersmurf  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know if Campo alegre is open yet?
    There are several issues that need to be resolved before you can indulge in the Carnal Pleasures of Campo.

    Read this article first, it will give you important information about Curacao in 'The Times of CV19'.

    Curacao Has Reopened Tourism With Some Restrictions.

    https://www.traveloffpath.com/curaca...who-can-visit/'.

    Where YOU have been prior to jetting into Curacao is the first hump you need to get over.

    If you are in the US, you are shit out of luck.

    Due to the piss-poor job the US has done in handling the Coronavirus,

    Travelers from US are Not Allowed in many countries.

    It will take till the end of the year, or longer, before the US can hammer these infection / death numbers down.

    The US currently has 1,000 deaths a day with 4,000,000 cases in total.

    #1 World Leader in Death & Infection.

    Not very pretty.

    Curacao has Containment Standards that the US will not meet for many, many months.

    Until the US Government reduces these massive daily increases in CV19 Infection to Zero.

    Few if any countries in the EU, Caribbean, Central America or South America will let Americans in.

    Really can't blame them for that.

    US did the same to China, Italy & other countries back in March & April.

    As of July 1 Only Travelers from these countries can get admitted to Curacao:

    Aruba Belgium Bonaire Canada China Eustatius France Germany Italy Netherlands Saba St. Maarten Spain.

    If US Restrictions don't apply & you are coming from a country on the list, pack up your sunscreen & enjoy.

    But there is also a totally different problem................

    "In June, 2020 Campo Alegre went Bankrupt.

    The Campo Alegre brothel is bankrupt.

    Two companies went to court on Tuesday to file for bankruptcy.

    The judge agreed to that.

    This includes a cleaning company that has not been paid since December.

    There is also a tax debt of almost 7 million guilders. (US $3,900,000).

    Campo has been closed since March due to the corona crisis.

    In addition to the 150 sex workers who work on a temporary basis.

    84 more people, supporting staff, are now on the street. ".

    https://www.curacaochronicle.com/pos...e-is-bankrupt/

    If you are looking for a place to Party, best get on Google.

    Find out What Countries are Open To You &.

    Then check out what the Action looks like there.

    Good Luck.
    Last edited by Liathain; 07-25-20 at 00:20. Reason: typo

  14. #4502
    Quote Originally Posted by Gendersmurf  [View Original Post]
    Anyone know if Campo alegre is open yet?
    How would Campo be open? With what girls considering the borders to / from the D. R. N Colombia are closed? With the need for social distancing and masks. Come on, people. Think. Just a little!

    Campo won't be open until maybe some time in 2021! Probably not until 2022 after some refurbishing, and a host of legal changes on the island, and only if there are vaccines and therapeutics and COVID is over.

    Curacao just started opening their borders up to receive some tourists from a select few countries--and now the virus is back on the island so they may be headed for lockdown again, and are going to restrict flights again.

    Its like some people here are too horny to have any sense of reality.

    Ridiculous.

  15. #4501

    Campo Alegre post COVID-19

    Anyone know if Campo alegre is open yet?

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