There were scenes of hysteria at Bristol Crown Court today, with one woman having to be carried out of the public gallery. The court erupted as a traveller family was convicted of luring vulnerable men to work for them.
The Connors from Cheltenham employed them for little or no pay and made them live in squalid conditions. Ken Goodwin reports.
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