The trial continues today in Danbury against a Connecticut businessman accused of being part of a human trafficking ring that police say preyed on mentally ill and intellectually disabled boys and young men for more than 20 years. Yesterday, the judge denied a motion to dismiss the case against Bruce Bemer. His attorney claimed the prosecution failed to disclose evidence favorable to the owner of the New London-Waterford Speedbowl racetrack. That evidence was reportedly a phone call from an inmate in the same prison as the alleged ring leader, Robert King of Danbury, who took a deal offered by the judge in exchange for helping with the case. King entered a guilty plea, and the state dropped his remaining charges.