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In a three-part report for Nightly Films, Jacob Soboroff details his months-long investigation into labor trafficking in the marijuana black market. A human trafficking task force introduces Jacob to seven workers from China who say they had been trafficked from Southern California to a black market cannabis site in New Mexico. With the help of attorneys and advocates, the group is hoping for stable lives in the U.S. moving forward – but their situation is a stark contrast against the suspected victims we met after the raid in San Bernardino.