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Hidden world of the sex traffickers Wed, May 16, , Three women who came to Ireland with the promise of good jobs say they were forced to have sex with men. They were at school the morning it was first broached between them. Cristina and her friend had grown up together in the village, not far from Bacau at the foot of the Carpathian mountains in northeastern Romania, and knew each other like sisters.
So when the girl mentioned Ireland and the chance of a clean break, Cristina did what confidantes do. She listened. It was December four years ago. Cristina was She draws breath, cupping her mug of tea in both hands. As her friend knew, Cristina was having trouble at home and didn't take much convincing once the prospect of a well-paid restaurant job in Ireland was put before her.
She trusted her sister. She said to me that if I go there, I will have a better life and I could earn more money than here. Accompanied by her friend and a Romanian acquaintance, they drove "like normal people" to Italy, where the girls were given false papers and were introduced to the man who would take them the rest of the way. First to Paris, then to Ireland. We have to give you the fake ID because it's hard to cross the border'.
That evening they drove to Arbour Hill in north Dublin, where Radu was renting an apartment. He was [ saying] something like: 'you can eat, you can relax now and we'll talk with you in a few days and we'll find a job'. After three days, I think, he came to us and told us that we had to go shopping, and he brought us to buy skirts and everything.
And then he took us and told us that we had to go to speak with this Irish guy. It was [ then] only a nightmare that could have happened. But I didn't know exactly what was happening or what I had to do. A former RUC reservist who now lives in England, he ran brothels from at least two apartments in the city at the time. The day after this meeting Cristina was brought from Arbour Hill to an apartment in the upmarket Herbert Park complex in Ballsbridge, south Dublin.