Concern at sentences in Connors slavery trial
The prosecution team in the case of a traveller family jailed for forcing vulnerable men to work for a pittance is to appeal against what it has called “unduly lenient” sentences. William Connors, 52, wife Mary, 48, sons John, 29, and James, 20, and son-in-law Miles Connors, 24, were found guilty in December and all jailed.
Detective Chief Inspector David Sellwood, of Gloucestershire Police, said: “The Op Tundra prosecution team have made a referral to the Attorney General that the sentences in respect of the defendants in the case were unduly lenient.”
It was the death of Christopher Nicholls from the Bath area which sparked Operation Tundra and brought about the family's downfall.
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