All work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty and for which the said person has not offered himself or herself voluntarily is considered forced labor. In countries such as Burma where armed groups take complete and violent control of local populations, villagers are rounded up take complete and violent control of local populations, villagers are rounded up at gun point by an armed group and put to work under threat of violence. The work may entail digging of minerals, hauling of ore, or processing, such as sorting of mineral ore. Some of those transported to the mines by armed groups are told that each week or so they will be allowed to keep the minerals they have produced on a particular day for their own profit. There is no freedom of movement or choice, and any resistance is met with violence to the point of murder.