The president of Cathedral Bible College, in South Carolina, was arrested on forced labor charges after international students complained that Reginald Wayne Miller forced them to work for little to no wages under threat of having their visa status terminated, the Marion, S.C.-based Star & Enterprise reported. Students interviewed by Department of Homeland Security investigators reported that the college’s classes “were not real and they are set around a work schedule, which is set by Miller,” and that living conditions were substandard.
The Myrtle Beach-based The Sun News reported that bond for Miller has been set at $250,000.
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