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Women held captive for 30 years

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Re: Women held captive for 30 years

Post by tegan1973 on 23.11.13 13:45

This also rings alarm bells for me. Strange story. If one of the women is 30, how can she have been held for 30 years? Who were her parents?

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Re: Women held captive for 30 years

Post by Guest on 23.11.13 13:50

The daughter of one of the older women and the male owner of the house, maybe.

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Post by chillyheat on 23.11.13 13:58

This case will open up a whole can of worms....winkwink  
Watch how it turns into a massive UK based fraud.

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All beginning to unravel.

Post by PeterMac on 23.11.13 16:26

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2511842/Women-kept-slaves-London-met-suspect-shared-ideology.html
Police investigating 30-year slave women case reveal victims met suspect through ‘shared ideology’ and ‘lived together in a collective’
Police say couple are from India and Tanzania and came to UK in 60s
Detectives believe the suspects were known to authorities 'over decades'
Malaysian woman, 69, Irish woman, 57, and British woman, 30, rescued
Police reveal they were 'beaten' and 'brainwashed' but not sexually abused
Malaysian said to have been refused medical help after suspected stroke
The trio were held by 'invisible handcuffs' and only allowed out supervised
37 officers on case and 2,500 items taken in 55 bags from Lambeth house
Bailed couple banned from returning home and have their passports seized
Founder of Freedom Charity says calls have increased five-fold
So it was
NOT people being held against their will
NOT slavery in the conventional sense
NOT exploitation - without consent
NOT abduction
NOT - in point of fact - ANYTHING the papers said int he early stages.

It is a "shared ideology".
Witchcraft, anyone ? Nutters ?

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Post by Guest on 23.11.13 16:35

@ChillyHeat wrote:This case will open up a whole can of worms....winkwink  
Watch how it turns into a massive UK based fraud.
Yahoooo: yet another charity reaching the limits of credulity!

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Post by rainbow1 on 23.11.13 17:39

@ChillyHeat wrote:This case will open up a whole can of worms....winkwink  
Watch how it turns into a massive UK based fraud.
 
Something not right with the whole scenario. I thought the same thing that this could be the start of something else .



http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-rt-us-britain-crime-slavery-20131121,0,6718095.story

Apprently
Met the man through a shared political ideology!!!!

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As we predicted = Bonkers

Post by PeterMac on 26.11.13 9:11

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2513535/Leftist-poison-Comrade-Bala-Mrs-Busy-Bee-Revealed-Maoist-sect-led-couple-house-slaves-inquiry.html
Leftist poison, Comrade Bala and Mrs Busy Bee: Revealed, Maoist sect led by couple in house of slaves inquiry
Aravindan Balakrishnan, 73, and his wife Chanda, 6, ran Maoist sect
Accused couple 'were jailed for assaulting a Met officer' in 1978
Their base was a converted bookshop in Brixton, South London
Bala’s group was the inspiration for the comedy series Citizen Smith

The couple accused of keeping three women as slaves for 30 years ran a Maoist sect in the 1970s that recruited young female foreign students.
Aravindan Balakrishnan and his wife Chanda were said to have put their followers under a ‘spell’.
The pair were arrested last week after three women, who had allegedly suffered years of abuse, were rescued from a flat in Brixton.
They called him Comrade Bala and their revolutionary cry was ‘Death to the British fascist state!’ But keep paying the Benefits ?
Their base was a converted bookshop in Brixton, South London, where he and his followers would spread their Leftist poison and hatch plots against the Establishment.
The Communist sect that Comrade Bala and his wife Comrade Chanda ran was called The Workers’ Institute of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought, an obscure political faction formed in the 1970s.

Only a handful of people ever belonged to it – but the band of like-minded activists and fanatics proudly proclaimed the world would soon be liberated from capitalist oppression by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
If it sounds like an episode of the classic TV series Citizen Smith, in which Robert Lindsay played the leader of the Tooting Popular Front, it is not a coincidence.
Bala’s group was the inspiration for the comedy series that featured Wolfie Smith and his Marxist dream, penned by the writer of Only Fools and Horses and screened for three years from 1977.
I somehow think it unlikely there will be a prosecution here. The "victims" are clearly as mad and deluded as their "captors". The young one has been sending letters to the neighbour for 10 years.
Nice though that they seem to own (or "have links with" ) 13 houses in London. Good communists.

This has become a mental health issue.

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