Trial Set to Begin For Botsvynyuk Brothers in Human-Trafficking Case

Posted: September 13, 2011 / By Michael Matza / Philadelphia Inquirer

From 2000 to 2007, federal prosecutors charge, the brothers Botsvynyuk smuggled about 30 immigrants from their homeland to Philadelphia, promising them jobs, $500 a month, and free room and board.  Instead, the immigrants say, they were enslaved.

Link: articles.philly.com/t-visa-program-human-trafficking-immigrant-rights-groups

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