Slave Labor Victim Speaks Out

(23-June-2016 / Khmertimeskh)
Slave Labor Victim Speaks Out

Keo Rotha was sitting in his small brick house in a quiet village in Pursat province, surrounded by coconut trees and a bamboo fence, looking at his old phone while waiting for a call to tell him the results of the court case he and six other human trafficking victims had filed in the United States and Thailand against four big companies.

In 2011, the 41-year-old father of three, whose wife works as a Khmer teacher at a secondary school, decided to apply for a passport and find work in Thailand in an attempt to give his wife and children a better life.

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