ON MIGRATION | Court allows claims to move forward against private prison company that profits from forced labor of detained immigrants

August 28, 2018

A federal court has ruled that a private prison company can be held liable for forcing detained immigrants to work for as little as $1 a day to clean, cook, and maintain an immigration prison it operates in Georgia.

Source: Court allows claims to move forward against private prison company that profits from forced labor of detained immigrants

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  1. Lewis Johnson

    This is insane. What the private prison company did was inhumane.

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