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Illegal Workers For Hamptons’ Rich Kept In Squalid Migrant Camps

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  • “I work for very rich people in the Hamptons but I can’t afford somewhere to live,” said Juan Antonio Morales, a 40-year-old Guatemalan who sleeps on a old sofa in the woods.
  • Dan O’Shea, who runs are homeless outreach program on the East End, says most communities in the affluent area have “people living in the woods that have nowhere else to live.”

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