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Thursday, 28 November 2013

Malaysian Alleged slaves Siti Aisyah seen in 1997's ITV documentary

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The Daily Telegraph today posted a video, shot in 1997, believed to be of the women rescued from alleged slavery, with Malaysian Siti Aisyah Abdul Wahab being one of them.

The video, filmed by an ITV documentary crew 16 years ago, showed three ladies, arguing with a person who had asked to speak to outstanding Maoist activists among the 17, Aravindan Balakrishnan.

 The crew was filming a documentary on the death of Sian Davies, who died after a fall from the lavatory window of a house, rented by Aravindan who is additionally called Comrade Bala and his wife Chanda.

 The video footage showed a woman, believed to be the 57-years-previous Ireland born Josephine, accusing the crew who had asked to speak to Comrade Bala at the door, as being agents of a fascist state.

 “You are half of the fascist state. We tend to don’t want to speak to you,” she said to them.

 A spectacled lady, believed to be Siti Aishah told the individual that they are doing not wish to speak to them, before closing the door at the high of the video clip.

 Siti Aishah and Josephine are believed to be one of three ladies freed on Oct 25 in London when one in every of them secretly contacted a charity.

The alternative might be a thirty-year-previous Briton. Aravindan and his wife Chanda were accused of holding the three ladies as slaves for 30 years.

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