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Human trafficking trial of businesswoman pushed back

Published:Tuesday | September 24, 2013 | 10:13 AM

The trial of businesswoman Hermalinda Parker who is charged with trafficking in persons has again been delayed.



The matter was expected to start today in the Home Circuit Court but has been pushed back to February 17 next year.



Parker is the former owner of the Latin Movement Nightclub at Dunrobin Plaza in St Andrew.



The Crown is alleging that young girls were recruited from abroad and forced to work at the club.



Parker is charged jointly with her husband, Anthony Parker, and her daughter, Lynn Scantlebury.



The three have received extensions to their bail.



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