British police have arrested a couple on suspicion of holding three "extremely traumatized" women captive for more than 30 years. One of the women - a 30-year-old Briton - "appears to have been in servitude for her entire life," said police. It's an unprecedented case for London's Human Trafficking Unit.
CNN's Max Foster spoke to UK lawmaker Andrew Boff who has just written a book investigating human trafficking in London and asked him how cases like this can happen.
what kind of sick mind would want to possess a person;s life that way, it's an evil act, desire, and intent to want to misuse a person life that way, what has the world come to? My the light of God shine upon this dark and evil existance. My love of God lead all captives to freedom in Jesus Name We Pray! amen.
what kind of sick mind would want to possess a person;s life that way, it's an evil act, desire, and intent to want to misuse a person life that way, what has the world come to? May the light of God shine upon this dark and evil existance. May the love of God lead all captives to freedom in Jesus Name We Pray! amen.
Elaine,your so right. The time all this goes on wonders why.
These things are happening because we have lost all moral norms in our society. Many of us do not even bother to say hello to our neighbours. That would serve an insight into knowing if the are troubled. We need to show and share love with everyone around us and stop pretending to respect their privacy.
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