London Slavery Case

November 25, 2013 by  

London Slavery Case, One of the three women allegedly held captive in a London home for 30 years wrote hundreds of love letters to a neighbor, according to reports.

“I’m like a fly trapped in a spider’s web,” the 30-year-old wrote in one of the notes to Marius Feneck, which were obtained by Britain’s Mail on Sunday newspaper. Feneck, 26, lives two floors above the South London apartment where police say the woman was held as a slave.

From an ordinary street in south London, an extraordinary tale of modern slavery is emerging. New detail comes to light of 3 adult women, psychologically held captive for 30 years by what investigating officers called “invisible handcuffs.” ITV’s Neil Connery reports.

“I want you to know the truth,” she wrote. “These monsters here are absolutely evil and racist…. They said they’d harm you if I don’t promise to stay away from you… and then they imprisoned me here, locking all the doors and windows.

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