Indonesia’s shark fishermen: 24 went out, 20 came back. What happened on the boat? – video

Crew from rural Indonesian villages, recruited by suspected traffickers, endured horrendous conditions aboard an illegal Chinese-run sharking operation in the western Pacific. Four men never came home and at least three were dumped overboard on the high seas, leaving their families seeking justice and answers. Guardian analysis of exclusive survivors’ footage reveals their final days

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