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The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

The man at the helm of one of Papua New Guinea's worst ferry disasters has admitted to gambling with the lives of passengers because vital stability checks had not been completed in more than a decade.

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