Man and woman jailed after admitting human trafficking

A man and woman have been jailed for bringing two Czech women into the UK to work in the sex industry. The women, who responded to an advert for sex workers, worked from a flat in Cardiff Bay.

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CPS: Human trafficking is 'modern-day slavery'

The Crown Prosecution Service said human trafficking is "modern-day-slavery" and "totally unacceptable in a civilised society".

The defendants are guilty of deplorable offences, seeking to profit from the misery and sexual exploitation of their vulnerable victims.

Those who seek to demean the value of life by depriving others of the most basic of human rights should be in no doubt that we will do everything in our power to bring them to justice.

– Nicola Rees, Senior Crown Prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service Wales Complex Casework Unit

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