Five guilty in human trafficking trial

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Four men and one woman, including two men from Burnley, have been found guilty of people trafficking for exploitation following an eight week trial at Preston Crown Court.

Nusrat Khan (40) of Colne Road, Burnley, has been found guilty of false imprisonment.

Azam Khan (33) of Brougham Street, Burnley, has been found guilty of people trafficking, three offences of rape, assault and false imprisonment.

Imrich Bodor (45) and Petra Dzudzova (25) both of Clipstone Street, Bradford, and Abdul Sabool Shinwary (38) of Washington Street, Bradford, have all been found guilty of people trafficking for exploitation under section 4 of the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004.

Kristina Makunova (37) of Girlington Road, Bradford, pleaded guilty to people trafficking for exploitation during the first week of the trial.

All will be sentenced by Judge Jonathan Gibson tomorrow (Thursday).