Medway people trafficking arrests

Posted: August 10, 2013 in British jobs for British workers, Broken Britain, Law & Disorder
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Why migrant workers are preferred over local workers

sign_post_1Arrests have been made after allegations that Slovakian nationals who were working in a number of different industries, including the food industry were being forced to live in squalid conditions and threatened with violence if they did not comply with their supervisor’s instructions.
Three men have been arrested following an investigation into the alleged people trafficking and exploitation of Slovakian nationals working in Medway, Kent

Police, working with the Gangmaster Licensing Authority, executed four warrants across the towns in the early hours of Wednesday, August 7th. Three warrants in Chatham – at Salisbury Road, Chaffinch Close and a business premises in the High Street – and one at Windsor Road in Gillingham.

A 34-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of people trafficking offences, a 57-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of fraud and a 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply and fraud. The three men, all from Chatham, have been bailed to October 1st pending further enquiries. Several vehicles, including a Bentley GT Continental, were seized during the operation.

Ooops, sex offender allowed to give ‘sleeping rough’ as his address

A high-risk serial sex offender disappeared after police allowed him to use “sleeping rough near to the Olympia at Riverside in Dundee” as his address on the sex offenders’ register.
Mark King, 41, had just been released from prison for serving a 13-month sentence for moving on from an address without telling the authorities.
He went missing until he was found sleeping by a children’s playpark and reported by worried ­parents.
After being placed on the sex offenders’ register for ten years at Edinburgh Sheriff Court in April 2011, King was required to give an address to police and inform them if he moved. But he left Dundee and walked to Perth before ending up 20 miles away in Blairgowrie, living rough beside the playpark.



We have to pay more money to stop reservoirs running out of water yet Cameron Cronies are encouraging billions of gallons of water to be wasted in the ‘fracking’ process!


MOT on caravans – just another way the public can be milked of cash. What next MOT on bicycles.


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