I brought some of my officers along to see first-hand the conditions that these workers were living in because I knew I was going to find it was impossible to describe.'This was a group of very experienced senior detectives and none of them were prepared to set foot inside either of the two caravans and certainly when I did set foot in them I wasn't prepared to touch any of the surfaces.'Oliver was picked up by Miles Connors, William, pictured below centre with labourers at a construction site, and Mary Connors son-in-law, in March 2010 and lived on traveller sites in the Midlands and in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
A recovering alcoholic, he did not want to reveal his full identity, but told ITV West: 'They were keeping us rock bottom and giving us just enough to survive on, supplying us with alcohol, supplying us with cannabis.'I did actually escape myself once, but it is hard to do,' said Oliver, who is in his 40s.
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