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Therefore that line about "as it turns out, they didn't have to use deadly force" is absurd. Officer Conger and the other Officers were able to avoid killing this poor man and resolving the situation without another unnecessary death in the U. - such professional qualities and characteristics are rarely seen these days - but no doubt uphold the honor of the profession. Yes they didn't kill him but thats because unfortunately their aim was off. The Department Personnel should be commmended for not taking advantage of the "authorized force" provision like some thrill-killers do.
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According to the survey, forced labour largely affected men (85% men as compared to 15% women) while forced marriage disproportionately affected women (88% women as compared to 12% men).
This reflects the wider trend for forced marriage, wherein 29% of girls under the age of 15 are likely to be married in Bangladesh, the highest figure for child marriage worldwide, and 2% of girls are married before the age of 11.
Although the 2015 survey was unable to breakdown sectors of forced labour by gender, pre-existing literature on labour exploitation with a particular focus upon the garment sector indicates that of the four million Bangladeshis employed in the sector, 85% are estimated to be women.
Survey data regarding forced marriage reflects wider trends in the literature, wherein 29% of girls under the age of 15 are likely to be married in Bangladesh, the highest figure for child marriage worldwide, and 2% of girls are married before the age of 11.
However, although pre-existing literature on the manufacturing industry, in particular the garment sector, stands in contrast to the finding that forced labour affects men as reports state that of the four million Bangladeshis employed in the sector, 85% are estimated to be women.
Pre-existing research suggests that modern slavery in Bangladesh primarily affects the manufacturing of garments, shrimp and dry fish farming and production, commercial sexual exploitation, child marriage and drug production.
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Survey results found that forced labour (80%) was more prevalent than forced marriage (20%) in Bangladesh.