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Immigrants-“slaves” to the orange groves of Nafplio

Alexander ΚαλαφάτηΜετανάστες who wanted to use them as “slaves” in fields of oranges in Nafplio are reported to be looking for three Greek…this Is for people aged 59, 29 and 35 years, which had come in contact with two Romanian traffickers. The Romanian spotted fellow nationals in their home country, their promised work with high fees and brought in Greece, in order to work under adverse conditions in the orange groves of the area.In such a case on 8 December 2016 they brought seven nationals of Romania, from 19 to 28 years old, and settled them in a warehouse in the area-without heating and under miserable living conditions – and then forced them to work in fields with low wages. Yes, some time on the pretext of the cost of the food supplied and the accommodation they provided, they were told that they will not get paid at all.When they reacted and expressed their desire to leave, the gunmen began to threaten the lives of them and were watching them even in the village square to the monitor. Had keep ids and travel documents. The victims managed to contact relatives in Romania and those with the police Authorities in our country. After investigations arrested two Greeks, the 59-year-old and the 29-year-old, who wanted “slaves” in the fields, while for the third, and the two Romanian slave traders who brought in Greece, fellow nationals who were in need for a job.In the possession of the 29χρονου was found and confiscated a hunting gun, which he possessed illegally. At the expense of the arrested formed a case for -case – by-case offences of the recommendation of a criminal organisation, trafficking in human beings and for violation of the legislation on weapons, and were led to the Prosecutor of first instance of Nafplio.Source

Alexandros Kalafatis
Immigrants who wanted to use them as “slaves” in fields of oranges in Nafplio are reported to be looking for three Greek…
This is for people aged 59, 29 and 35 years, which had come in contact with two Romanian traffickers. The Romanian spotted fellow nationals in their home country, their promised work with high fees and brought in Greece, in order to work under adverse conditions in the orange groves of the area.
In such a case on 8 December 2016 they brought seven nationals of Romania, from 19 to 28 years old, and settled them in a warehouse in the area-without heating and under miserable living conditions – and then forced them to work in fields with low wages. Yes, some time on the pretext of the cost of the food supplied and the accommodation they provided, they were told that they will not get paid at all.
When they reacted and expressed their desire to leave, the gunmen began to threaten the lives of them and were watching them even in the village square to the monitor. Had keep ids and travel documents. The victims managed to contact relatives in Romania and those with the police Authorities in our country. After investigations arrested two Greeks, the 59-year-old and the 29-year-old, who wanted “slaves” in the fields, while for the third, and the two Romanian slave traders who brought in Greece, fellow nationals who were in need for a job.
In the possession of the 29χρονου was found and confiscated a hunting gun, which he possessed illegally. At the expense of the arrested formed a case for -case – by-case offences of the recommendation of a criminal organisation, trafficking in human beings and for violation of the legislation on weapons, and were led to the Prosecutor of first instance of Nafplio.
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