Marius Nejloveanu and his father, Bogdan, have been convicted of trafficking 5 women from Romania to Manchester, UK. The victims were originally told that they could earn up to £1000 a month working in a bar. But after arriving in the country, the father and son team forced them into prostitution, making them see up to 10 clients a day.
The story was reported on BBC news last night – watch their coverage here. It includes an interview with Julia Pugh, who leads the STOP THE TRAFFIK ACT (Active Communities Against Trafficking) group in Manchester.
The report starts at 00″55, and the interview with Julia is at 06″15.