Thursday, October 10, 2013

Modern day “slavery” gang jailed in the UK

(Burnley) 33 Azam Khan was in a dilemma, he was about to be deported from the UK, but needed to remain so he could work in the family shop in Lancashire. So the message went out that he needed to be married to a European national so he could remain in the UK. So enter Imrich Bodor and Petra Dzudzova who trafficked a 20-year-old Slovakian girl into the UK on a promise of milk and honey, and instead she got servitude.

The above two sold this poor young girl to an Afghan, Abdul Sabool Shinwary, who locked her away in his house in Bradford and used her as a sex toy. After he became sick of her, he sold her to Azam Khan who married her in an Islamic marriage last October so he could remain in the UK. Azam, like a true Muslim, treated her with all the honour and respect that the liberals and Muslims say they are dictated to treat females by the codex of Islam (the [un]holy Koran). So, she was plied with vodka and beer before the illegal ‘Nikah’ marriage ceremony at a mosque, and then repeatedly raped by her new ‘husband’ whilst being detained in a flat above his family's shop.

She was rescued from a house in October 2012 following a series of raids on homes in Burnley, Lancashire, and Bradford, West Yorkshire, following a tip-off she was being held against her will. Police believe several locals turned a blind eye to her ordeal.

Today in court these vermin received their just rewards:

Azam Khan (33) of Brougham Street, Burnley, has been jailed for 12 years after being found guilty of people trafficking, three offences of rape, assault and false imprisonment.

Abdul Sabool Shinwary (38) of Washington Street, Bradford, has been sentenced to 10 years and three months after being convicted of people trafficking for exploitation under section 4 of the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004.

Imrich Bodor (45) of Clipstone Street, Bradford, has been jailed for nine years after being found guilty of people trafficking for exploitation under section 4 of the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004.

Kristina Makunova (37) of Girlington Road, Bradford, pleaded guilty to people trafficking for exploitation during the first week of the trial and was yesterday given a 51 week custodial sentence.

A fifth person, Nusrat Khan (the aunt of Azam) (40) of Colne Road, Burnley, was handed a nine month suspended sentence after being found guilty of false imprisonment.

Police fear that she is among several women abducted from Eastern Europe and sold for £6,000 to immigrant men looking to stay in Britain.

And people tell me that Islam is not only a religion of peace but a faith that respects women.