Spanish police dismantle network on accusation of human trafficking in Moroccan migrant workers
Spanish police has dismantled a network using agriculture companies to exploit Moroccan workers in Albacete, Spain. 11 persons involved in the network have been arrested by the police. It has been reported by local news outlets that the network was exploiting migrant workers employed in the farms; many were subject to inhumane living condition.
The suspects are reportedly charged with human trafficking and document falsification.