Modern Day Slavery A wealthy New York couple is accused of keeping domestic servants as virtual slaves, luring two women into the country to work in their home. Prosecutors say they were paid little to nothing, given inadequate food, and subjected to physical abuse. Janie Chuang talks about the rights of human trafficking victims.
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Modern Day Slavery

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A wealthy New York couple is accused of keeping domestic servants as virtual slaves, luring two women into the country to work in their home. Prosecutors say they were paid little to nothing, given inadequate food, and subjected to physical abuse.

Janie Chuang talks about the rights of human trafficking victims.