foreign ‘slaves’ rescued from farm protest boss’ arrest – Travel Guide vs Booking


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More than 100 migrant farm workers protested in front of a police station, demanding that officers release their boss after being arrested for slavery. The great multitude of workers met angrily affirming that they were not victims of slavery and were working in good conditions. They were part of a group of about 200 people found when police rushed on the RH Scrimshaw and Sons farm Thursday morning. The raid took three men, ages 61, 41 and 49, to be arrested on modern-day slavery charges. Two workers and 12 men, from Romania and Lithuania, requested assistance and were taken to a safe place to receive additional care in Manaccan, Cornwall. But the rest of the Bosahan Farm workers piled into minibuses and headed to the Camborne police station, where their boss was, on Thursday night. of the arrested men, known as & # 39; Lobo & # 39 ;, then was released by the police around 10 p.m. Leaving the police station without speaking to the press, the group quickly dispersed. Marin Alina-Florentina, from Romania, as one of the few English speakers who spoke fluently, spoke on behalf of the group that said everyone worked and lived in caravans on the farm. She said: & # 39; Our boss has been arrested and we believe he has not done anything wrong. & # 39; We have very good conditions. & # 39; I've been working here for four years. & # 39; If it were bad I would not work here, we would not. "Let's take our friends and families here." He said that the group worked picking flowers and that each day they would work between 7 and 9 hours a day, depending on the weather. "We stayed on the farm." Without our boss, I do not have any work. "They have not told us anything, we only know that the boss is under arrest." One of the men, known as "Lobo", was released by the police around 10 p.m. and when leaving the police station without speaking to the press, the group quickly dispersed. Detective Inspector Gail Windsor, speaking from the scene of the attack on Thursday, said: "We have visited approximately 200 migrant workers this morning, a mixture of Romanian and Lithuanian, and of the 14 we requested help to leave the site." to a reception center where there is the Salvation Army, the Police, the National Health Service, the Council of Cornwall and the Red Cross. "There, people will be interviewed and evaluated to determine their needs and if crimes have been committed. Our understanding is that these are seasonal workers and that the season is between January and Easter, we believe they have been recruited in their countries of origin. "During the last weeks we had information that made us feel worried about the people who work in this place and the conditions in which they lived and worked. A representative of Bosaran and Halvose farm,

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