B.C. Slavery Charge
May 17, 2011 by staff
B.C. Slavery Charge, A young African woman who police say was forced into domestic slavery is now free to choose their own path in Canada, but the woman accused of being the jailer is not in the country to cope with the load. RCMP Const. Michael McLaughlin confirms 55-year-old Mumtaz Ladha of West Vancouver is not in the country, but researchers believe there is a strong likelihood that he will return to face charges of human trafficking.
Ladha is accused of taking an African woman 21 years of age in the country with the promise of a job in a beauty salon, but her passport was taken away and was forced to work 18 hours a day, seven days a week. Although McLaughlin would not say it was Ladha, he says he has strong family and financial ties in Canada and police expected to return before it is needed to start extradition proceedings. The girl, who is not named, has not yet decided whether to remain in Canada. McLaughlin said that the woman is receiving a lot of support, much happier now and its future is left to her.
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