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Resource ID: #28145
Subject: Crime
Source: CNBC
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Date: 17-Feb-18

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This is a crime story, set in the most open and lawless place on earth - the ocean. The perpetrators traffic in an illegal product - seafood. Their front-line workers are literally slaves. And almost anyone who buys salmon, canned tuna, or pet food is helping to fund this outlaw industry, whether they realize it or not. In this documentary about illegal fishing, CNBC illustrates the often shocking, unethical path much of our seafood takes from the water to our dinner plates, and what is being done to curb the often monumental abuses that occur along the way. Because illegal fishing is both a human rights and an environmental issue, CNBC's goal was to explore the entire supply process and introduce all those involved - fishermen suffering abuse, the perpetrators, the would-be rescuers and enforcers, and the consumers who make it all possible, whether they know it or not.

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