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Aussie anti-whaling 'pirates' could soon be freed

Tōkyō : Japan | Jan 09, 2012 at 8:08 AM PST
Source: The Australian
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Geoffrey Tuxworth, Simon Peterffy and Glen Pendlebury - to Australian authorities, The Daily Telegraph reported. The report says the Japanese government is not interested in taking them to court because they did not injure crew members when they illegally boarded the Shonan Maru 2. FULL ARTICLE AT The Australian
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