Japanese Mafia Rounds Up Homeless Men To Clean Radioactive Site For Less Than Minimum Wage
Far removed from the spotlight, layers deep in contracts paid for by Japanese taxpayer money, subcontractors hired to help clean up the largest radioactive disaster in Japanese history have taken to rounding up homeless men with the assistance of the Japanese mafia, and paying them less than minimum wage to carry out the potentially deadly labor.
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#1 Dec 31, 2013
"potentially deadly labor"
as opposed to petroleum personnel who, unfortunatelly, have to do ACTUALLY deadly labor.
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