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The Real Life ‘Castaway Man’ Is Being Sued For Eating His Friend

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A fisherman who managed to survive 15 months lost at sea is being sued for $1 million by the family of his dead colleague, who are accusing him of committing cannibalism with their son.
Salvador Alvarenga, 36, is the only man known to have survived for more than a year at sea. He went missing with his colleague, Ezequiel Cordoba, after setting sail from Mexico for a fishing trip when a storm swept them 6,700 miles from shore.
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A fisherman who managed to survive 15 months lost at sea is being sued for $1 million by the family of his dead colleague, who are accusing him of committing cannibalism with their son.
Salvador Alvarenga, 36, is the only man known to have survived for more than a year at sea. He went missing with his colleague, Ezequiel Cordoba, after setting sail from Mexico for a fishing trip when a storm swept them 6,700 miles from shore.
Salvador’s boat eventually floated onto a reef at Ebon Atoll, the southernmost cluster of coral islands in the Marshalls Islands after being missing at sea for 438 days.
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Salvador’s boat eventually floated onto a reef at Ebon Atoll, the southernmost cluster of coral islands in the Marshalls Islands after being missing at sea for 438 days.
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