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Daily Difference: Crime and Punishment (US Imports / Chinese Forced Labor Camps) #578471

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 14, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: George Lewis) United States import of goods made in Chinese forced labor camps featured. [Former Chinese political prisoner Terry WU - comments on performing forced labor.] Wu's undercover return to China where he took home videos of forced labor reported; video excerpt shown. Scenes shown of Wu going undercover with NBC producer Bob Windrum at San Francisco Chinese trade fair where they negotiated a contract with a known Chinese prison camp and of Wu's undercover visit to China Diesel Imports (CDI) in Jamul, California, which imports motors made at a Chinese prison camp. [Trade show PARTICIPANT - comments.] Former country and western musician Hardy Day reported owning CDI; scenes shown from Chinese pro-democracy demonstrations.

Brokaw, Tom;
Lewis, George

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