Pastor involved in child slavery

  finerty 00:04 19 Mar 2011
  rdave13 01:11 19 Mar 2011

She'll be out in six years, no doubt, and can start again.

  SparkyJack 08:36 19 Mar 2011

Unacceptable to us- that folk from other places want to carry on their homeland practices.
It is essentially a tribal thing. members of other tribes are seen as lesser beings no matter what the religious credentials -probably self appointed anyway.
It was the same here - 200 years ago- read about the exploits of country clergy, bishops etc.

  Quickbeam 08:53 19 Mar 2011

How on earth did she think she'd get away with it for long? Is the report suggesting that there's a slave underworld where it's the normal practice in some parts of no-go Britain for this to happen?

  sunnystaines 13:22 19 Mar 2011

hope she deported on completion of her imprisonment

  spuds 15:44 19 Mar 2011

A few months ago, there was a investigative report on television, airing similar cases of slavery and brutality here in the UK. It was suggested that this was a particular trend for certain societies and communities to 'import' slavery to the UK, as part of their teachings and believes, especially among the wealthy.

When you have a police officer who is attached to a section dealing in child trafficking, states "could be the tip of the iceberg", then you might well think that this is something that he would already know, and perhaps not "could be"?.

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