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Still held in India, Seaman Guard 35 could face new trial

OCTOBER 13, 2014 — Although, back in July, the Madras High Court yesterday quashed the criminal case against all 35 crew members and security guards of the Seaman Guard Ohio (see earlier story), the London headquartered Mission to Seafarers said...

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