How Did U.S. Officials Place Guatemalan Boys With Human Traffickers?

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The basics of the Trillium Farms case are shocking enough, reports the Los Angeles Times. Human traffickers lured six teenage Guatemalan boys to central Ohio with the promise of schooling, then confined them to dilapidated trailers and forced them to work 12 hours a day at an egg farm, confiscating their paychecks and threatening to
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