Thai workers: No justice in Aloun case dismissal

HONOLULU — For two years, the 44 Thai workers at the center of the Aloun Farms human trafficking trial remained silent.

On Friday, 10 gathered in a downtown Honolulu conference room with their lawyers to tell their side of the story. But even then, it appeared the workers didn’t fully understand what had happened — that the government had dropped all charges against Mike and Alec Sou.

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