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CO man gets decade-long prison sentence for human trafficking of nursing home workers

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A Colorado man has received a 130-month prison sentence for luring people to the United States and then forcing them to work in long-term care facilities, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado announced.

Lessons learned from long-term care lawsuits

Lessons learned from long-term care lawsuits

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Despite one's best intentions for 2014, there will be days when you feel like you are failing your residents, your coworkers, your family or yourself.

Colorado businessman found guilty of forcing foreign nurses to work in U.S. nursing homes

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Kizzy Kalu, the Colorado businessman on trial for luring nurses to the U.S. under false pretenses, was found guilty on 89 criminal counts Monday, including trafficking in forced labor.

Defendant answers charges of luring immigrant workers to US nursing homes

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A Colorado businessman allegedly lured nurses to the United States under false pretenses, placed them in nursing homes to work and demanded money to maintain their work visas, according to government prosecutors.

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