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'Slavery' case woman Sian Davies 'indoctrinated'

30 November 2013 Last updated at 08:36 GMT

The cousin of a woman who belonged to a Maoist commune in south London being investigated by police for alleged slavery has accused its members of turning her against her family.

Sian Davies died in 1997 after more than two decades with the activists.

Emyr Morgan told the BBC that members of the group wrongly claimed she was in India when she was in fact in hospital.

Police have interviewed three women, aged 69, 57 and 30, allegedly held as slaves for 30 years.

Tom Symonds reports.

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