Workers were flown to a Texas detention center, where they face possible deportation [JURIST news archive]. Factory owner Francesco Insolia and three top managers were arrested for allegedly running a sweatshop, and a fifth person was charged with helping workers get fake identification. The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) [official website] said Thursday it was suspending the company from bidding on future military contracts, but no changes were made to the firm's current $83.6 million contract. AP has more.
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