"Teun looks for witnesses"

The judge refuses to prosecute Teun, but instead of becoming discouraged, Teun follows the advice of his lawyer and looks for witnesses: victims of the chocolate he’d eaten.

He finds four boys who had worked as slaves on a cocoa farm in Ivory Coast. They tell Teun their stories and provide him with the evidence he needs.

English translation: “I’m Kam Sami Felix. I’m 16 years old. Between 1999 and 2003, I’ve worked on a cocoa farm.” “I’m Kam Kohi Herman. I’m 18 years old. Between 1999 and 2003, I’ve worked on a cocoa farm.” “I’m Kam Togue and I’m 18 years old. I’ve worked on a cocoa farm.” “I did not get paid, and I was forced to work.” “I was forced to work. I was not allowed to leave the farm.” “I did not receive any money, and I was forced to work.” “We were not allowed to visit each other, and we could not talk with our parents. If we did, we would get hit or even killed.” “Is it finished, madam?” “Yes, it is finished.”