Eight people have been arrested by the vietnamese police for their role in the case of the 39 vietnamese, who in the previous week was found dead in a truck in Essex, in the Uk.
It writes Sky News and Reuters.
- Based on what has learned from the suspects, we will initiate investigations in order to combat and eradicate these networks, who send people illegally to the Uk says police chief in the province of Nghe An, according to the vietnamese news agency VNA.
the Arrests come in the wake of the police in Vietnam on Friday arrested two people, and convened a series of others for interrogation in the case. In addition, a 23-year-old northern irish man arrested on Friday.
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the British police had initially announced that the 39 dead people were chinese, but since there were several vietnamese families, which was addressed, because they feared that it was their relatives who had lost their lives.
Photo: Ben Stansall/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
So ended the police to change their first announcement and state that there was talk of vietnamese citizens and police in Vietnam are also gone into in the case.
See also: British police: 39 victims in the truck were vietnamese
Two people are in the Uk been charged in the case.
the 23-year-old Eamon Harrison was at a court hearing in Dublin on Friday charged with manslaughter for smuggling and for having obstructed the police.
He is believed to have driven the truck trailer to Zeebrugge in Belgium, before the later was brought back to the Uk.
Monday was the truck driver, the 25-year-old Maurice Robinson, who drove the car to the place in Essex, where it was found, produced in court.
He has been indicted for among other things, negligent manslaughter, money laundering, and assistance to, human trafficking.
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