Let Us Pray: The Shady Business of Trafficking Desperate Refugees | Lethal Cargo | ENDEVR Documentary

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The Shady Business of Trafficking Desperate Refugees | Lethal Cargo | ENDEVR Documentary from 2016

Episode 1: Migrants
A gripping and first-person account of the odyssey of migrants and refugees being ruthlessly exploited and trafficked across the Mediterranean Sea.

Watch the full series here:
Episode 2 – Toxic Waste: https://youtu.be/27yjDV7uJNI
Episode 3 – Weapons: https://youtu.be/xUfFcJxnsaI
Episode 4 – Drugs: https://youtu.be/skeeQOH8iFU

The Mediterranean Sea is crisscrossed by traffics of every kind, some legal, others lethal. Over the last five years, we have been putting together the pieces of a tragic and terrifying story of the merchants of death. Lethal Cargo covers the escape of refugees from war regions in leaky boats, the spilling of toxic waste into the depths of the ocean during goods transportation and in our two most recent episodes, the illegal handling of drugs and weapon across the Mediterranean. Shockingly, the governments that should be trying to stem the tide of this illegal trades are the very ones involved in a tangled web of corruption!
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