Customs and Border Protection detains 13 tons of hair products from China

Authorities believed these items were made in Xinjiang, where millions of China’s Muslim population are allegedly being detained in “re-education camps.”
2:34 | 07/09/20

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Transcript for Customs and Border Protection detains 13 tons of hair products from China
We believe they were subjects in what's known as withhold reseller. Which is a C. Enforcement action and Customs and Border Protection taste when we believe there is reasonable right now they sit. Suspicion. The use reportedly forced labor and meet Asher those are. Our statutory authority extends do goods made with an. Prison labor forced labor or forced child labor and in this instance. But the conclusion that we true. It was that in fact it was prison. This is being strongly thought Biden by the company's brand new machine which is the air product company based over their job. We have not actually heard from either the manufacture me she. Or at the US importer or there customs broker in the time since. Four cents the issue that was all release order nearly. So they're not even denying this. We received no response. Instead almost like an admission of guilt does cause us to question they're due diligence do you have any idea how it was that day. But the creating these these products hair I will tell you ERR testing now she too. Try to gather or. On. Weather radiate back was human hair. And. Weary Tankersley came up so who the buyers of this of these this hair. Until I've taken a senior action to was taken to see your action I'm sorry can't shared from. Well this is our first attention. I believe that message is getting. And we will continue to do investigations. And message sued the US according community is do your due diligence know you're so I chains. And make sure people aren't ready to manage our. During your production costs.

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