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Apparently, a bunch of US churches are selling crucifixes that are made in sweatshops in China. No word on if they're coated with lead, or if Jesus turns into a date-rape drug. . .
Crucifixes allegedly made in Chinese sweatshops
A labor rights group alleged Tuesday that crucifixes sold in religious gift shops in the U.S. are produced under "horrific" conditions in a Chinese factory with more than 15-hour workdays and inadequate food.
"It's a throwback to the worst of the garment sweatshops 10, 20 years ago," said Charles Kernaghan, director of the National Labor Committee. . .
Read it at: CNN