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UK News Essex Lorry Deaths: Man, 23, Charged With Human Trafficking Offences

13:40  24 november  2019
13:40  24 november  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

Vietnam offers loans to grieving families to return 39 bodies found dead in Britain

  Vietnam offers loans to grieving families to return 39 bodies found dead in Britain Loans are being offered loans to the families 39 Vietnamese citizens who were found dead in a refrigerated truck last month in the United Kingdom to repatriate the bodies to Vietnam. Some relatives told the BBC they have been approached by Vietnamese authorities offering the option of taking out a government loan of up to $2,840 or paying the cost of repatriation themselves.

A 23 -year-old man has been charged with human trafficking offences after the bodies of 39 Vietnamese migrants were found in a refrigerated lorry container in Essex . © BEN STANSALL via Getty Images The lorry and trailer in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in October.

A Co Armagh man has been charged with human trafficking offences . Christopher Kennedy, 23 , was arrested on Friday, November 22 by detectives in Essex in connection with the enquiry in to the deaths of 39 Vietnamese nationals. The 31 men and eight women were found dead in a lorry trailer

a truck that is driving down the road: The lorry and trailer in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in October. © BEN STANSALL via Getty Images The lorry and trailer in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in October.

A 23-year-old man has been charged with human trafficking offences after the bodies of 39 Vietnamese migrants were found in a refrigerated lorry container in Essex.

Christopher Kennedy, from Darkley, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland, was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning on the M40, and later charged with conspiracy to arrange or facilitate the travel of people with a view to exploitation and conspiracy to facilitate the commission of a breach of UK immigration law.

Essex Police said he is due to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Essex lorry death investigation leads to arrest of NI man in London

  Essex lorry death investigation leads to arrest of NI man in London He was arrested by Thames Valley Police in the early hours of this morning in connection with the death of 39 people in a lorry container in Essex. The man was arrested by officers from Thames Valley Police on behalf of Essex Police in t on the M40 in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. In a statement Essex police said: "A 23-year-old man from Northern Ireland was arrested by officers from Thames Valley Police on behalf of Essex Police in t on the M40 in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.

A man has been charged with human trafficking offences in connection with the deaths of 39 people found in the back of a lorry in Essex last month. Essex Police said Christopher Kennedy, 23 , of Corkley Road in Darkley, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, will appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’

Lorry driver Maurice Robinson has been charged with the manslaughter of the 39 victims as well as He has been charged with 39 counts of manslaughter as well as human trafficking and A 46-year-old man from Northern Ireland, who was arrested at Stansted Airport and Joanna and Thomas Maher

The news comes after it was revealed that one of the teenagers found dead in the trailer in an industrial park in Grays had gone missing from an asylum centre in the Netherlands.

The country’s Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) told local media the youngster had run away from a shelter for vulnerable migrants.

The agency would not give details about the name or age of the teenager.

Ten teenagers, including two 15-year-old boys, were among the bodies of 39 Vietnamese nationals discovered in the early hours of October 23, shortly after the lorry arrived on a ferry from Zeebrugge in Belgium.

The driver, Mo Robinson, 25, from Northern Ireland, is expected to appear at the Old Bailey on Monday charged with 39 counts of manslaughter, conspiracy to traffic people, conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration and money laundering.

Essex lorry deaths: Man from Northern Ireland arrested for trafficking

  Essex lorry deaths: Man from Northern Ireland arrested for trafficking A Northern Irish man has been arrested by police in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese nationals who were [] The post Essex lorry deaths: Man from Northern Ireland arrested for trafficking appeared first on CityAM.

A man has been charged with human trafficking following the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people in a lorry in Essex . © PA The 31 men and eight women found dead in the trailer were all Vietnamese, the youngest of which were just 15. Christopher Kennedy, 23 , who was arrested on Friday 22 November

A man has appeared in court charged with human trafficking offences after the deaths of 39 people whose bodies were found in a lorry in Essex . The offences allegedly took place between 1 May 2018 and 24 October 2019. Mr Kennedy, a 23 -year-old lorry driver, was arrested in the early hours of

Extradition proceedings have also been launched in Ireland to bring Eamonn Harrison, 22, from Mayobridge in Newry, Co Down, to the UK.

He appeared at Dublin’s Central Criminal Court on Thursday after he was arrested on a European arrest warrant in respect of 39 counts of manslaughter, one count of human trafficking and one count of assisting unlawful immigration.

Detectives have also urged Ronan Hughes, 40, and his brother Christopher, 34, from Armagh, Northern Ireland, to hand themselves in. They are wanted on suspicion of manslaughter and human trafficking.

a truck that is driving down the street: The lorry and trailer in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in October. © BEN STANSALL via Getty Images The lorry and trailer in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in October.

Bodies of migrants who died in Essex lorry container are returned to Vietnam where grieving relatives say they are 'devastated but happy' they are back home .
The bodies of Vietnamese migrants who died when human traffickers locked them in a refrigerated lorry have been repatriated to their home country today and taken to their families. The 39 men, women and children were discovered frozen after being trapped in the metal container which was found in Essex in October. The bodies of 16 victims, some of whom who were as young as 15, arrived on a flight in Hanoi, Vietnam's capital, where a fleet of waiting ambulances transported them to their home provinces south of Hanoi.

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