“Their rooms crawled with scorpions and bedbugs. Meals were skimpy, hunger a constant. Camp bosses kept people in line with threats and, when that failed, with their fists. Escape was tempting but risky. The compound was fenced with barbed wire and patrolled by bosses on all-terrain vehicles.” This might sound like a prison. But it’s actually a scene from a Mexican mega-farm, and the second part of the LA Times excellent look at an issue that is as close to you as your kitchen table: They treated us like slaves.