Britain’s most-wanted foreign criminals revealed as police bid to flush out the killers in hiding

Last refreshed at 17:39 01 Regal 2006
A church pioneer who brought unlawful foreigner laborers into the UK to revamp his house was condemned to three months in jail today.
Pieter Van Rooyen, 46, paid South African workers “slave wages” for development work on the extravagance home on the Isle of Man, the High Bailiff’s Court in Douglas heard.
Van Rooyen, who surrendered as a Barclays bank supervisor some time recently conceding the charge, made the men work up to 72 hours a week.
They were paid as little as £1.36 an hour what’s more, were not permitted to take off Van Rooyen’s home without somebody observing them.
Van Rooyen was organizer what’s more, minister of the Life Church in Douglas, what’s more, lived in extravagance home at Slack Birrah Drive, Onchan.
The court heard he told migration authorities the men were coming to the UK for a business course what’s more, faked solicitations to the event.
Instead they revamped his home from September last year what’s more, would have remained for three months.
Van Rooyen given them with flights what’s more, reports to enter the nation having enrolled them through a South African contact, the court heard.
He argued blameworthy to encouraging unlawful movement at a hearing last month.
High Bailiff Michael Moyle too told Van Rooyen he would have to pay costs of £1500 or, on the other hand confront an extra three months in prison.
A representative for the Isle of Man migration office said they were “completely satisfied” with the outcome.
“This case, which has been exceedingly abnormal for the Isle of Man, unmistakably illustrates the require for watchfulness what’s more, for the incite what’s more, appropriate indictment of anybody found to have conferred such offences,” he said.
“The Isle of Man Government will proceed to seek after any ruptures of movement law with the most extreme vigour, both to maintain the law what’s more, to anticipate the abuse of the vulnerable.”

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