''We started work at 3 in the afternoon and kept working until 7 a.m. the following day,'' plaintiff Alberto Justo Rodríguez told The Miami Herald. ``We worked in the worst, most uncomfortable parts of the ship. Where nobody wanted to go -- that's where they sent the Cubans.''
112 HOURS A WEEK
According to the suit, the men often worked 112 hours a week.
Their wage amounted to 3 ½ cents an hour. Read the whole story [here].
Saturday, October 28, 2006
Cuba exports slave labor
What does castro, inc. do with 11 million slaves at their disposal, and don’t have enough for them to do in Cuba’s decrepit economy. They export them, and make them do the worst and most dangerous jobs, with all the money going to castro’s coffers.