DiscoverThe Guardian's Audio Long ReadsEnslaved on a British cannabis farm: ‘The plants were more valuable than my life’
Enslaved on a British cannabis farm: ‘The plants were more valuable than my life’

Enslaved on a British cannabis farm: ‘The plants were more valuable than my life’

Update: 2019-08-121
Share

Description

Minh was 16 when he was kidnapped, raped and trafficked to the UK, and then locked up and forced to grow cannabis. But when the police found him, he was treated like a criminal rather than a victim. By Annie Kelly. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
Comments 
loading
In Channel
Is fair trade finished?

Is fair trade finished?

2019-09-0200:41:08

The mindfulness conspiracy

The mindfulness conspiracy

2019-07-0800:34:43

Download from Google Play
Download from App Store
00:00
00:00
1.0x

0.5x

0.8x

1.0x

1.25x

1.5x

2.0x

3.0x

Enslaved on a British cannabis farm: ‘The plants were more valuable than my life’

Enslaved on a British cannabis farm: ‘The plants were more valuable than my life’

The Guardian