It’s no secret that pretty much everything you purchase everyday is made in China.
The DHS said that this wasn’t the first time a case like this had come to their attention.
Saks was notified of the letter and a rep said they were taking the case very seriously.
Tiffany Bourse, a spokesperson for the brand who owns the department store, admitted that the bags are made in China, but was unable to determine the exact origin of the one in question.
They are currently ensuring that all vendors are obeying the company’s standards when it comes to workers’ rights, and U. laws prohibit products made using forced or slave labor from coming into the country.
Luckily there is a silver lining to this terrible story.
DNAinfo was able to locate Tohnain Emmanuel Njong – who is alive and well at the age of 34 in Dubai with a secure job – said he was released from the prison in December of 2013.