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California church leaders charged with forced labour of homeless

Reuters India Thursday, 12 September 2019
Twelve leaders of a Southern California-based church have been arrested on charges of coercing dozens of mostly homeless people into forced labour, holding them captive and compelling them to panhandle hours a day to collect money for their overseers.
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A dozen leaders of Imperial Valley Ministries, including a former pastor, are charged in an indictment unsealed with subjecting homeless people to forced labor.

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