EXCLUSIVE: How Human Trafficking Victims Are Trapped Growing Black Market Marijuana

EXCLUSIVE: How Human Trafficking Victims Are Trapped Growing Black Market Marijuana


In part two of an NBC News exclusive investigation, Jacob Soboroff joined Riverside County, California sheriff deputies on a house raid where suspects were thought to be growing illegal marijuana. Inside, officers found thousands of plants and four workers from mainland China who they suspect were being trafficked. Jacob talked to seven workers who spoke out about being trafficked.
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