Unsolved Murder Case At Sea Captured On Video

Sometime between 2012 and 2013, in a mysterious video, a group of four innocent men is spotted swimming near overturned boats. Clinging desperately to the wreckage of a small wooden boat, four men are mercilessly gunned down in the middle of the ocean, their blood staining the water red. During the clip, which lasts more than 10 minutes, 40 rounds are fired at the men in the water, while an unidentified voice kept yelling "shoot, shoot, shoot" in Mandarin over loudspeakers.

At the end of the video, the men on board the ship where the video was shot are seen laughing and posing for selfies. They can be heard speaking a variety of languages including Vietnamese, Indonesian and Chinese.

With no bodies, no known victims and not even an accurate location, no government appears willing to take responsibility for the investigation.
To add to the riddle, the footage was found on a mobile phone left in a taxi in Fiji, thousands of miles from the suspected crime scene, narrowed down to just somewhere in the Indian Ocean.

The only major clues in the video are a banner with "Safety is No. 1" written in Mandarin, along with a registration number on the hull of a ship passing by in the background. That ship was eventually identified as a Taiwanese tuna vessel called Chun I 217. The owner of this boat was tracked down, but had little information to offer, since he owns over a dozen fishing vessels and claims it's super hard to keep track of who he lends them out to.






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