In 2009, Prom Vannak jumped from a Thai fishing boat on which he was a slave and swam for freedom in Borneo. In Washington on June 19, he's being recognized as one of the world's heroes in the fight against human trafficking.
In 2009, Prom Vannak jumped from a Thai fishing boat on which he was a slave and swam for freedom in Borneo. In Washington on June 19, he's being recognized as one of the world's heroes in the fight against human trafficking. MCT
In 2009, Prom Vannak jumped from a Thai fishing boat on which he was a slave and swam for freedom in Borneo. In Washington on June 19, he's being recognized as one of the world's heroes in the fight against human trafficking. MCT

Swimming to freedom, and into center of fight against modern-day slavery

June 19, 2012 12:00 AM

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