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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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Custody images released of jailed human traffickers

Ladislav Kurina (left) and Angelica Bacan have been jailed after admitting human trafficking offences Credit: Crown Prosecution Service

The Crown Prosecution Service has released pictures of two people jailed today for trafficking two women into Wales for the purposes of prostitution.

At an earlier hearing, Ladislav Kurina and Angelica Bacan each pleaded guilty to two counts of intentionally arranging or facilitating entry into the UK of a person with a view to their sexual exploitation.

They also admitted two counts of arranging travel within the UK of a person with a view to their sexual exploitation.

Kurina also pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited weapon and received a total sentence of two years and seven months.

Bacan was jailed for 15 months.

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