The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP
The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP

Indonesia fishermen who fled ‘slavery’ when boat docked in San Francisco sue vessel’s owner

The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP
The Sea Queen II docked at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 2015. Indonesian fishermen Abdul Fatah and Sorihin, say they escaped slavery aboard the Honolulu-based tuna and swordfish vessel when it docked at the wharf. Photo: AP
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