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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

20 members of Hungarian human trafficking syndicate deported by Canada

HAMILTON, Ont. - The federal government says 20 members of a human trafficking ring have been removed from Canada.
The deportation was announced today by Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney in Hamilton, where the gang had operated.
Blaney says 22 members of the Domotor-Kolompar criminal organization have been convicted of human trafficking charges under the Criminal Code of Canada.
All but two have been deported.
The government says victims of the Domotor-Kolompar extended family were transported from Hungary with promises of a better life and work in Canada.
They were forced to work illegally, live in deplorable conditions without adequate food, and were intimidated or attacked repeatedly.
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