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London Slavery Case
ABC Radio National
Late Night Live
Phillip Adams
4 December, 2013

Source | Audio

Phillip Adams interviews guests:

     Dennis Tourish
      - Professor of Leadership and Organisation Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London in Surrey

     Evan Smith
      - Postdoctoral Research Fellow in History at Flinders University, Adelaide

with reference to the cult background driving this case.

 
 
part of a small, leftist political sect

 

Police in the U.K. are still not saying a lot about the case of three women thought to have been kept in 'domestic slavery' for 30 years in a house in Brixton in South London.

The three women who have been rescued are now in the care of an NGO, and the couple at the centre of the investigation have been released on bail until January next year.

But, as more details of the case slowly emerge, it seems that all five were part of a small, leftist political sect that came out of the world of radical Maoist politics in 1970s London.

 

 


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