Customs Intercepts 13 Tons Of Human Hair From Chinese Prison Camps

U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Port of New York/Newark seized a shipment of human hair from China suspected of being “forced labor products,” according to a press release.

The packages weighed nearly 13 tons and have an estimated value of over $800,000.

“It is absolutely essential that American importers ensure that the integrity of their supply chain meets the humane and ethical standards expected by the American government and by American consumers,” said Brenda Smith, Executive Assistant Commissioner of the CBP Office of Trade.

Smith added, “The production of these goods constitutes a very serious human rights violation, and the detention order is intended to send a clear and direct message to all entities seeking to do business with the United States that illicit and inhumane practices will not be tolerated in U.S. supply chains.”…

https://saraacarter.com/cbp-intercepts-13-tons-of-human-hair-from-chinese-prison-camps/

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