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One of the brothels they ran was in Corporation Road, Redcar.
Two of the streets of Svay Pak make up one of Cambodia's most famous commercial sex districts, where approximately 300 young women live and work in 22 brothels.
At Dublin Circuit Criminal Court McCormick pleaded guilty to seven counts relating to running six brothels between November 2005 and April 2006.
She was jailed for nine months for controlling prostitution, and managing/assisting brothels in Jesmond and Darlington, County Durham.
The Home Office also found little evidence that such brothels would be safe.
In January another brothel operating in Llandudno on St Mary's Road was shut down.
She paid the rent and bills for the brothels and advertised "gorgeous girls" in newspapers.
All pleaded guilty to running the brothels and walked free from court with suspended sentences.
A police source said: "This is part of a huge concentrated campaign to rid the country of brothels.
Two men and two women involved in running brothels were yesterday jailed for a total of three years and four months.
Although the man was a civilian and the brothel was for civilians, the documents provide new evidence of the Japanese military's involvement in running wartime brothels, amid controversy over Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's remarks disputing there was physical coercion by the military in forcing women in other parts of Asia into sexual slavery for Japanese soldiers.
A CHINESE gang of five who ran brothels across the Midlands have been jailed for more than three years and handed deportation orders for trafficking women for prostitution.
Federal agents on Wednesday searched the Canyon Country home of a bookkeeper whose client is accused of running a string of brothels where women brought in from Korea and Mexico worked to pay off smuggling fees.
Born Into Brothels, though, won for documentary feature.
The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has agreed to fund a project in Jessore, Bangladesh, that educates children of sex workers to provide them with an alternative to life in the brothels, where they are often expected to work in the sex industry when they reach puberty and where they are exposed to sexual abuse.