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Torso Boy: 19 Held in London Raid

Detectives investigating the murder of a young boy whose torso was found floating in London’s River Thames have arrested a gang suspected of bringing children into the UK illegally. In an early-morning operation on Tuesday, more than 200 officers raided nine addresses in east and south-east London. Nineteen people were arrested on suspicion of immigration and people-trafficking offences. Police believe the suspects, who are all Nigerian nationals, are involved in bringing children and adults from west Africa to the UK via Europe — the route they suspect was followed by the murder victim discovered by Tower Bridge in September 2001. Named Adam by detectives, the unknown boy, who was between four and seven, had been mutilated in what police believe was a ritualistic sacrifice, possibly by the African black magic “muti” cult. Full Story

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