“European University for Professional Education” alleged to be vehicle for human trafficking

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… The college, which attracts mainly Asian students, made headlines last October when the police arrested its managing director, the 63 year old American, Glinder T., and two accomplices on suspicion of human trafficking and fraud. The three allegedly lured students to the Netherlands under false pretences where they received scant education. Because of their resulting financial problems they had to take on low-paying side jobs, which the suspects”provided”them. …

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