Malaysian woman rescued from 30 years of captivity in London house, 22 Nov 2013
The case of three women allegedly held captive for more than 30 years in London is one of brainwashing and emotional abuse, London's Metropolitan Police said Friday.
Police announced Thursday they had arrested a couple on suspicion of being involved in forced labor and domestic servitude after authorities took a Malaysian woman, 69, Irish woman, 57, and 30-year-old Briton to safety from a property in Lambeth, south London.
The man and woman -- both 67 -- alleged to have held the women captive have since been released on bail, but have not returned to the Lambeth property at the center of the allegations, police said. Police have not released the names of the couple but say they are not British nationals. Full story

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