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Fisherman Who Fled Slavery In San Francisco Sue Boat Owner

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News video: Fisherman Who Fled Slavery In San Francisco Sue Boat OwnerTwo Indonesian fisherman who escaped slavery on a Hawaii commercial fishing boat say they are suing the boat owners for tricking them into taking dangerous jobs, that they are not allowed to leave. When the vessel docked at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf, the two men Abdul Fatah and Sorihi, learned that they would never be allowed onshore.

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