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TRINIDAD – Rich Trinidadians are importing humans from Guyana and other poor neighboring countries to be used as slaves.

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Trinidad Express reports:

THERE are reports of people from small Caribbean islands being held as virtual slaves in homes in Trinidad, said Foreign Affairs Minister Surujrattan Rambachan.

“From time to time, you hear in this country, up to this day, about people who are virtually slaves in homes of people in this country. Who have been brought from Guyana… (or) other small islands and working as supposedly maidservants in homes, their passports taken away and they cannot get out of their homes and begging people to get out of the country,” Rambachan said.

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