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This morning, police arrested 7 people across 3 provinces in across Thailand for allegedly supplying forced labour on fishing boats. This news comes after 3 Thai workers were repatriated from Malaysia in September last year, after being forced to work on a fishing boat, without oversight from authorities. The 7 arrested today were captured in raids in Samut Prakan, Nonthaburi, and Chanthaburi provinces. They included the captain of a fishing boat, and the boat’s owner. The other 5 allegedly supplied forced labour, according to a deputy national police chief. Thailand has a problem with trafficking and slave labour in its […]

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Photo definitely a Farlung in handcuffs, too much hair for a Thai,  photo dept must be scraping the barrell or maybe Thais don't get handcuffed.

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