Human trafficking is in almost every corner of the world. More than 2,000 slaves are free today because The Associated Press put a spotlight on their misery. These men were captives of Thailand ’s seafood industry, in some cases for decades, whipped with stingray tails if they asked for rest, risking murder by captains if they failed to please. AP reporter Martha Mendoza takes you behind the scenes. Hear about an investigation that resulted in a dozen people jailed or new legislation. And consumers worldwide were forced to confront the cruelties of slavery in the 21st century.