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Being a slave in Europe
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2016, 07:41:42 AM »

I sit here with tears in my eyes. What times are we living in?

Stop slavery!


    Wales News

'I feel like some days there’s no point in living' Man kept as a 'slave' for 26 years speaks out

    10:46, 28 Aug 2016
    Updated 11:19, 29 Aug 2016
    By Ruth Mosalski

Michael Hughes has revealed the conditions he lived in after being conned by the Connors family who promised him a home and wage

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From left Patrick Joseph Connors, Patrick Dean Connors, Lee Carbis and William Connors

He was forced to live in a shed with no light or heating, be fed leftovers and had to fight others for sport.

But this isn’t a story from centuries gone by, it is the real life horror that a Scottish man endured at the hands of a Cardiff family of travellers for 26 years who he says treated him “like a slave”.

When police discovered the conditions Michael Hughes was living in, they had to leave him in the “home” he had while they gathered evidence against the family responsible.

There were months of secret meetings between him and Gwent Police officers before the case was strong enough.


UPDATE, 12th Sept. 2016:

Whatever the case is, there is an other case: that of a newspaper preying on victims. It is vulgar, it is brutal, it is neglecting personal rights of the victims, and it is misleading patients into more and deeper misery. We do not support any "newspaper" behaving in such a criminal way. URLs are herewith cut off. And will be cut off. We have a zero tolerance policy for that kind of parasitism.

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