Confined To A Thai Fishing Boat, For Three Years
National Public Radio (NPR) by Rebecca Palmstrom on 06/19/2012
Thailand supplies a large portion of America's seafood. But Thailand's giant fishing fleet is chronically short of up to 60,000 fishermen per year, leaving captains scrambling to find crew. Human traffickers have stepped in, selling captives from Cambodia and Myanmar to the captains for a few hundred dollars each. Once at sea, the men often go months, or even years, without setting foot on land. Read more...
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