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New Report Says Thailand’s Seafood Is Still Being Caught by Slaves
Human Rights Watch calls government regulations little more than a “theatrical exercise.”
News Reports Have Helped Free 2,000 Enslaved Fishermen
Fruits of the AP’s labor in its ongoing exposé.
SoBe Lifewater Accidentally Reminds Customers How Awful It Must Be to Work at
A “Help me trapped in SoBe factory” bottle cap joke isn’t going over so well.
Horrific Details Continue to Emerge About Southeast Asia’s Fishing Slaves
Like working 24-hour shifts, sleeping on beds of dead fish, and watching others jump overboard.
A Restaurant Owner Allegedly Enslaved His Cook for Three Years
This happened at Tandoori Grill in Los Angeles.
Chances Are Disgustingly High That You’ve Eaten Fish Caught by Slaves
An investigation led back to companies like Walmart, Kroger, and Sysco.
Says Shrimp Sold at Walmart and Costco Comes From Slave Labor
A ‘Guardian’ investigation ties shrimp at several major retailers to fishmeal produced on Thai slave ships.
Owners of Kentucky Chinese Restaurant Charged With Human Trafficking
Investigators say the man and his wife made employees live in their basement.