UK travellers found guilty of slavery
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 10:44a.m.
Four members of a traveller family in Britain have been found guilty of slavery.
Three men and a woman were convicted of exploiting destitute men at a caravan site for their own financial gain.
The men were allegedly given almost no food and were paid little or no money for working 19 hours a day, six days a week.
Police made the arrests last year after finding 23 men held captive - including one man held for 15 years.
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