Woman Discovers Note From ‘Chinese Prisoner’ In Purse Bought At Walmart

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Arizona resident Laura Wallace, recently found a note that explained a cruel and harsh work environment for many Chinese workers. 

The note, written in Chinese, was found in the inside zippered pocket of a purse which was being sold at Walmart. 

Wallace had a Chinese-speaking person translate the note to English. The letter read: 

“Inmates in the Yingshan Prison in Guangxi, China are working 14 hours daily with no break/rest at noon, continue working overtime until 12 midnight, and whoever doesn’t finish his work will be beaten. Their meals are without oil and salt. Every month, the boss pays the inmate 2000 yuan, any additional dishes will be finished by the police. If the inmates are sick and need medicine, the cost will be deducted from the salary. Prison in China is unlike prison in America, horse cow goat pig dog (literally, means inhumane treatment).”

Other people also translated the letter and confirmed it to read as stated above. 

Walmart issued a statement in regards to the incident.

“We can’t comment specifically on this note, because we have no way to verify the origin of the letter, but one of our requirements for the suppliers who supply products for sale at Walmart is all work should be voluntary as indicated in our Standards for Suppliers.”