SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — A court in El Salvador sentenced seven gang members to up to 30 years Friday for the notorious “black widows” killings, in which women were forced to marry men who were then killed to collect on life insurance policies.
Prosecutors accused the defendants of recruiting women to perform domestic work and then having them wed the victims, who were tricked into thinking the women were U.S. citizens and that marrying them would let them emigrate legally.
The “black widows,” members of the Mara Salvatrucha or MS-13 gang, were found guilty of human trafficking and illicit association, but absolved of fraud…
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