I guess Rabbi Weissmandel and his rabbis were not in this room – or, just maybe, they were…
…If a worker wanted, say, a promotion or a shift change, “they’d be brought into a room with three or four men and it was like, ‘Which one do you want? Which one are you going to serve?’” said [Sister Mary] McCauley in an interview today with Des Moines Register editors and reporters.
“Unfortunately, they are grateful for some of their ESL classes, and they knew what some of those words meant,” McCauley said. “If they had the courage, they could refuse it.”
Chaim Abrahams, an Agriprocessors representative, declined to address the allegation of sexual favors in exchange for job-related requests.
“As with any legal matter, Agriprocessors cannot comment about any specific allegation," Abrahams said in a written statement.…
Slavery, Rubashkin style.
[Hat Tips: Michelle, Adam's Third, and Stephen.]