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  • APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Recently rescued Burmese fishermen sit on the floor while waiting for registration upon their arrival in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Burmese men were among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA104/17748677527/1504041522

  • APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Recently rescued Cambodian fishermen clap their hands while singing after their arrival in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. They were among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA105/795082390365/1504041519

  • APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPIX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    A rescued Cambodian fisherman blows cigarette smoke from his nose while waiting to be registered upon arrival in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. They were among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA114/483339569106/1504041519

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Recently rescued Burmese fishermen walk on the pier upon arrival at a port in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Burmese men were among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA117/571038497537/1504041458

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Recently rescued Burmese fishermen smiles on their boat upon arrival in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Burmese men were among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA110/741502583159/1504041452

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/04/2015
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    A recently rescued Burmese fisherman prepares to have his head shot taken by an Indonesian official upon arrival in Tual, Indonesia, Saturday, April 4, 2015. The fisherman was among hundreds of migrant workers revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been lured or tricked into leaving their countries and were brought to Indonesia to be forced to catch seafood. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA107/950343382864/1504041449

  • APTOPX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPX Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen arrive at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources to report themselves for departure to leave the fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen prepare to board a boat during a rescue operation at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Burmese fishermen prepare to board a boat during a rescue operation at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen sit on a fishing boat during a rescue operation at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen prepare to board a boat during a rescue operation at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen wait for their departure to leave the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen wait for their departure to leave the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/01/2015
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    In this Wednesday, April 1, 2015, photo, a Thai official talks to Thai fishermen on the deck of a boat docked at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia. Officials from three countries are traveling to remote islands in eastern Indonesia to investigate how thousands of foreign fishermen wound up there as slaves and were forced to catch seafood that could eventually end up being exported to the United States and elsewhere. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen wait for their departure to leave the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/01/2015
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    In this Wednesday, April 1, 2015, photo fishermen sit on the deck of a boat docked at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia. Officials from three countries are traveling to remote islands in eastern Indonesia to investigate how thousands of foreign fishermen wound up there as slaves and were forced to catch seafood that could eventually end up being exported to the United States and elsewhere. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    A Burmese fisherman plays with rain water as he waits for the departure to leave the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen hug each other as they wait for their departure to leave the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/03/2015
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    Burmese fishermen raise their hands as they are asked who among them wants to go home at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Friday, April 3, 2015. Hundreds of foreign fishermen on Friday rushed at the chance to be rescued from the isolated island where an Associated Press report revealed slavery runs rampant in the industry. Indonesian officials investigating abuses offered to take them out of concern for the men's safety. (AP...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/02/2015
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    A worker shows a shark during an inspection by Indonesian fisheries officials inside the cold storage room of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Thursday, April 2, 2015. Officials from three countries are traveling to a remote island of Indonesia to investigate how thousands of foreign fishermen wound up there as slaves and were forced to catch seafood that could eventually end up being exported to the United States and elsewhere. (AP Photo/Dita...

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/01/2015
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    In this Wednesday, April 1, 2015 photo, foreign fishermen sit on their boats docked at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia. Officials from three countries are traveling to a remote island of Indonesia to investigate how thousands of foreign fishermen wound up there as slaves and were forced to catch seafood that could eventually end up being exported to the United States and elsewhere. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA104/699843939778/APRIL...

  • Thailand Seafood From Slaves
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    Thailand Seafood From Slaves
    03/27/2015
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    Pharak Yophasee, 50, cries as she waits for her son Wutthichai, who has been returned from Ambon island, Indonesia, after he arrived at Don Muang International airport in Bangkok, Thailand Friday, March 27, 2015. Wutthichai is among 21 men the Thai authorities have helped bring back to their home country after some of them were lured by human traffickers to work on fishing boats in the Indonesian waters.Thailand's junta leader has vowed to take legal action against companies using forced...

  • Thailand Seafood From Slaves
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    Thailand Seafood From Slaves
    03/27/2015
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    Pharak Yophasee, left, cries with her unidentified daughter and her son Wutthichai Yophasee, 30, after his return from Ambon island, Indonesia, at Don Muang international airport in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, March 27, 2015. Wutthichai is among 21 men the Thai authorities have helped bring back to their home country after some of them were lured by human traffickers to work on fishing boats in the Indonesian waters.Thailand's junta leader has vowed to take legal action against companies...

  • Thailand Seafood From Slaves
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    Thailand Seafood From Slaves
    03/27/2015
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    Pharak Yophasee, 50, right, and her unidentified daughter, embrace her son Wutthichai Yophasee, 30, center, upon his return from Ambon island, Indonesia, after arriving at Don Muang International airport in Bangkok, Thailand Friday, March 27, 2015. Wutthichai is among 21 men the Thai authorities have helped bring back to their home country after some of them were lured by human traffickers to work on fishing boats in the Indonesian waters. Thailand's junta leader has vowed to take legal...

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    03/11/2015
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    In this Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 image from video, Maung Soe of Myanmar holds up a copy of the seafarer's book given to him before he boarded a Thai fishing trawler, in Benjina, Indonesia. Illegal workers are given false documents because Thai boats cannot hire undocumented crew. "That's not my name, not my signature," he said. "The only thing on here that is real is my photograph." (AP Photo/APTN)/NY716/538578067383/THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 2014 IMAGE/1503250150

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    In this Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014 image from video, a former slave from Myanmar who goes by the name Mozet, center, one of several slaves who escaped or ran away while Thai trawlers were docked at the Benjina port, cuts planks from a tree to earn money for food. Because the men were brought to Indonesia illegally - many after being tricked, sold or kidnapped by Thai brokers - they do not have any official documents and live in constant fear of being arrested. (AP...

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    Seafood From Slaves
    03/11/2015
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    In this Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014 image from video, a group of former slaves from Myanmar, who worked on fishing ships, walk in the densely forested interior of an island in the Arafura Sea after escaping from Benjina, Indonesia. They cut trees and sell the wood to earn money for food. (AP Photo/APTN)/NY720/352629627243/SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 2014 IMAGE/1503250216

  • APTOPIX Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPIX Seafood From Slaves
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    In this Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 image from video, workers from Myanmar load fish onto a Thai-flagged cargo ship in Benjina, Indonesia. An intricate web of connections separates the fish we eat from the men who catch it, and obscures a brutal truth: Your seafood may come from slaves. (AP Photo/APTN)/NY701/613328156671/THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 2014 IMAGE/1503250158

  • Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
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    Indonesia Seafood From Slaves
    04/02/2015
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    An Indonesian official inspects a cell at the compound of Pusaka Benjina Resources fishing company in Benjina, Aru Islands, Indonesia, Thursday, April 2, 2015. Officials from three countries are traveling to remote islands in eastern Indonesia to investigate how thousands of foreign fishermen wound up there as slaves and were forced to catch seafood that could eventually end up being exported to the United States and elsewhere. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/DA111/62768982343/1504021723

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    11/22/2014
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    In this Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 image, Kyaw Naing, a slave from Myanmar, talks to a security guard through the bars of a cell at the compound of a fishing company in Benjina, Indonesia. An aid group said Friday, March 27, 2015, that an estimated 4,000 foreign fishermen are stranded on a number of remote islands in eastern Indonesia, including men revealed in an Associated Press investigation to have been enslaved. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/BKKS202/19120938086/NOV. 22, 2014 PHOTO/1503271034

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    11/22/2014
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    In this Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 photo, Thai and Burmese fishing boat workers sit behind bars inside a cell at the compound of a fishing company in Benjina, Indonesia. The imprisoned men were considered slaves who might run away. They said they lived on a few bites of rice and curry a day in a space barely big enough to lie down, stuck until the next trawler forces them back to sea. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/NY703/402448421212/NOV. 22, 2014 PHOTO/1503250158

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    11/22/2014
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    In this Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 photo, a security guard talks to detainees inside a cell at the compound of a fishing company in Benjina, Indonesia. The imprisoned men were considered slaves who might run away. They said they lived on a few bites of rice and curry a day in a space barely big enough to lie down, stuck until the next trawler forces them back to sea. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/NY704/179774067708/NOV. 22, 2014 PHOTO/1503250157

  • APTOPIX Seafood From Slaves
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    APTOPIX Seafood From Slaves
    03/12/2015
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    In this Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 image from video, Kyaw Naing, a slave from Myanmar, looks through the bars of a cell at the compound of a fishing company in Benjina, Indonesia. After working for three years on a Thai trawler, sometimes enduring beatings with the bones of sting ray, he begged his captain to let him return home. "All I did was tell my captain I couldn't take it anymore, that I wanted to go home," Naing says. "The next time we docked, I was locked up." (AP...

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    11/22/2014
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    In this Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 photo, workers in Benjina, Indonesia, load fish onto a cargo ship bound for Thailand. Seafood caught by slaves mixes in with other fish at a number of sites in Thailand, including processing plants. U.S. Customs records show that several of those Thai factories ship to the United States. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/NY707/807149838866/NOV, 22, 2014 PHOTO/1503250159

  • Seafood from Slaves
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    Seafood from Slaves
    11/23/2014
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    In this Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014, photo, grave markers are show where foreign fishing boat crew members who died on their ships are buried, in Benjina, Indonesia. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)/OTKCD/288578891470/NOV. 23, 2014 PHOTO/1503260724

  • Seafood From Slaves
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    Seafood From Slaves
    01/02/2011
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    In this Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 image from video, Hla Phyo stands next to a grave marker of a man he helped bury, a Burmese fisherman slave who died on a fishing boat, at a cemetery in Benjina, Indonesia. Phyo, a former slave, said conditions on the Thai-run trawlers were horrific. He said some men died after jumping into the water to wrestle with the giant, swollen nets. According to Phyo, many were brutally beaten by the Thai crew overseeing them. The 30-year-old says he helped bury two of...