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The New Peonage

On November 24, 2004, a thirteen-year-old boy named¬†Taylor M.¬†and several other boys in Ventura County, California, threw rocks at construction equipment owned by to J&S Excavating [J&S]. After another boy threw a firecracker into a bulldozer, Taylor shut its door, … Continue reading

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