Traffickers treated women as slaves


The BBC's Abbie Jones examines how Greater Manchester Police's biggest trafficking inquiry led to the convictions of Romanians Bogdan and Marius Nejloveanu.

Five victims were promised homes and jobs but instead were beaten and, in come cases, raped, and forced into sex work in Manchester and Birmingham.

The pair, aged 51 and 23, were convicted of 34 separate offences.

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