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TedM Post time: 2016-6-11 10:13
Ok....illegal imprisonment. Habeus corpus..... whatever. There must be some law to protect domesti ...

She knows the law in Australia walk into Te street anybody will help her get in contact with the police, I'm finding the story difficult to believe in its entirety

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seneca Post time: 2016-6-11 11:28
I asked how the woman could enter Australian territory and then go missing. Surely she must have ...

Since no one has answered your question seneca I will.

The modus operandi for this type of human trafficking is quite simple.  The "employer" brings the woman (or man or whatever) out to the country on a 12 month tourist visa.  There is no talk of employment and the victim is told to tell the immigration officials that she's staying with family.  This bypasses the requirements for a work visa, which are almost never granted for nannies or domestic workers due to locals being able to do such work.

Once here the victim is imprisoned and virtually kept as a prisoner at the house of the trafficker.  Most Africans and a large proportion of Asians have a distrust of the police due to police corruption in their country of origin. Psychological warfare is also employed to keep the victim destabilised.

Once the visa has expired the woman will be moved on to another employer and so it goes on and on.  It's a vicious and evil trade that is very difficult to stamp out for obvious reasons.
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seneca Post time: 2016-6-12 10:06
That sounds like a bad fairy tale from some Islamic pasha state. In one word: terrible! I am sor ...

It's not just happening in Australia. It's a global issue and no western country is immune from human slavery and trafficking. Indeed, almost every country has instances of slavery and human trafficking, the exception being some small island states.
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