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Watch The Consortium Video That Caused Campbell Development To Unravel

News / Videos / Virgin Islands / February 26, 2019

ST. CROIX — The Consortium was contacted by a concerned employee of Campbell Development in November to see for ourselves how people who worked for the company were being treated. We traveled to the company’s Peter’s Rest headquarters the same night, where workers shared their heartbreaking experiences. The video garnered over a quarter of a million views on our Facebook platform. Watch it above. Below is a video of federal agents raiding Campbell Development offices on November 2.


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