His name was not released. To protect your identity, the English authorities want to keep you anonymous. But his story travels all over the world: this is a bad chronology, many would say, which is the reason for the most terrifying horror movies, which started when the protagonist was 16 years old. One afternoon, Peter Swiles and his son Peter Swiles Jr. carried out a planned abduction. For 40 years they imprisoned the man and locked him in a small barn with only one window without light or heat.
In 2018, an anonymous call alerted Carlisle police England They entered the house not knowing what they were really looking for. When they arrived, they were surprised to find two small rooms in the back garden; One is for the family dog to survive and the other With a bed, an old TV, a chair and dirty clothes. Also, there was only one window in it. Could not close properly It allowed some light to enter inside until the sun was up; If not the whole place was plunged into darkness.
Agent Martin Plimmer was in charge of the investigation, and described the experience as “truly captivating.” The person was distracted, frightened, and shocked. He lived apart from society for 40 years And was treated as an addict. The outcome of the police mission was astonishing, and he was able to determine under what circumstances he lived.
From the time he was abducted and until the day he recovered, when he was already 52 years old, that man He was treated like a slave. Swiles paid 10 to 13 pounds a day for his work and did not feed him, forcing him to sleep outside practically – according to the conditions of the barn- In the city the average winter temperature is 2 C. Upon discovery, he was transferred to government-subsidized housing and embarked on a lengthy psychological and psychiatric mission to reintegrate him into the community.
As the man sought treatment and tried to alleviate his shock, Swiles’ case against the father and son slowly progressed. Swale Sr. was arrested in 2019 For the crimes of slavery A few months later, in April, his son was arrested on the same charge. It was not until 2021 that they were called to testify in court. There they denied all charges and by September of that year, Peter Swiles Sr. dies at 80
The death changed the fate of the inquest and after the death of his father Swiles son Pleaded guilty to ‘modern slavery’ The case came up for hearing on January 18. After his explanation, he was released on bail The final sentence will be available on February 4. As for the victim, Agent Plimmer assures, “She will be in shock for the rest of her life.
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