FOX25 Investigates: Video Prompts Child Labor Investigation

Source: FOX25 august 2016 by: Eric Rasmussen Updated: Aug 4, 2016 – 6:33 PM PLYMOUTH, Mass. — Investigators with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in Boston confirm they’ve opened an inspection of a local construction company after seeing video recorded by FOX25 Investigates that shows children working on the site of a future…

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Posts justifying slavery and child abuse appear on Blue Blinds Bakery Facebook page

Souce: MassLive By Alban Murtishi, Follow on Twitter on July 11, 2016 at 4:54 PM Recent posts advocating for the return of slavery and corporal punishment of children have appeared on the Facebook page of The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth leaving some question as to their origins. The most recent post alleges that the page…

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A Bakery, a Christian Cult, and the Reach of Social Media

Source: July 11, 2016 by Peg Aloi The Blue Blinds Bakery in Plymouth, Massachusetts looks to all outwards appearances like a nice friendly family-owned business. It’s gotten great reviews for its food and service in major media outlets like the Boston Globe and, until rather recently, their Yelp page also contained many positive reviews for…

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Family Owned Bakery Kills Business by Promoting Slavery And Child Abuse on Facebook

Source: Liberals unite The Blue Blinds Bakery, apparently named for its blue shutters, posted the following on their Facebook page on Thursday: “we have decided to use our Facebook page as an active evangelism tool.” And that would be great if it meant following the teachings of Jesus Christ of reaching out to the less…

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Twelve Tribes begins construction on Main Street project-Jan.2016

Source: The The sign went up, the store closed and the work has begun. A new two-story café, another store, a private theater and a connecting courtyard are what’s coming for 53-57 and 59-61 Main St.   By Emily Clark Posted Jan. 21, 2016 at 10:00 AM PLYMOUTH – The sign went up,…

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Children of the Tribes-1rst Sept 2015

 This excellent, well researched article was published by Pacific Standard, a National Magazine, Award-winning, bimonthly based out of California. The whole article can be seen on Pacific Standard’s online magazine: here The following are the first paragraphs: Shuah Jones, 15, stuffed clothes under her bed blankets in the shape of a body, grabbed her diary…

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