By Dan O'Donoghue, a Brexiteer plan to use tax inspector "flying squads" to solve the Irish border problem has been dismissed by Northern Ireland's Police Federation chief.
Belfast tomorrow to face charges of human trafficking and controlling prostitution.
Florin Ghita, 32, of Agincourt Avenue, was also charged with concealing criminal property.
International evidence shows that indiscriminate raids of this sort involve a high cost to sex workers with very little return in terms of either arrests of traffickers or rescues of those genuinely in need it said.
A 33-year-old man will appear in court.A detective sergeant said he could connect had sex on our first date all three to the charges.The psni said they had identified at least 10 properties that were being used as brothels.A prosecution lawyer admitted in court that there was no allegation of human trafficking and no other people were involved in running the brothel apart from the accused.Both of them are charged with brothel keeping at that address over a six-month period.The pair are long-term partners and are planning to get married, according to counsel.Prosecutors opposed their joint bid to be released from custody amid fears they could flee."The other three girls in the property have not made any statements.".Download it now and get involved.Two men and a woman have appeared in court charged with brothel-keeping after police raids targeting the republican group the inla on Friday.

There was no application for bail.
"It would be accepted by the prosecution that this was a very simple, unsophisticated setup involving these three ladies one of the lawyers told the court.
He added: "psni are committed to tackling those involved in human trafficking and taking the unfortunate victims of this despicable trade to safety.
The trio appeared following the biggest ever cross-border operation against organised prostitution.We will act on any information received and continue to target these criminal gangs.By Rob Merrick and Shona Murray.Read More, the three arrests followed the search of a property at Violet Street off the Springfield Road yesterday morning as part of what police have described as an "extensive investigation into an organised criminal gang with eastern European links".Granting bail, Madam Justice McBride held that conditions could be imposed to deal with the risks of re-offending and flight.But a group representing some women working in the sex industry in Ireland warned that the Garda Síochána-Police Service.She ordered the couple to provide a 1,500 cash surety, live under curfew at an address outside Belfast and report daily to police.They were among eight people detained following searches in Belfast, Lisburn, Crumlin and Newtownabbey.There is no suggestion that anybody is in charge.".A large amount of documents, cash, mobile phones and computers were seized in the raids.

They are Cristina-Teodora Musa, who is 22, of Agincourt Avenue in south Belfast.