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Dec 11, 2012

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Theo verhagen

Go on fight the whalers

Eduardo Sanchez

The link with that ship and whaling sounds pretty tenuous. Sounds more likely to be another SSCS load of rubbish.

These "stink bombs" though - aren't they butyric acid? Calling them "stink bombs" makes them sound less dangerous than they really are. Just call a spade a spade.

This article should also mention Paul Watson's on going legal problems. He's on the run from multiple arrest warrants and can't make landfall for fear of being arrested and made to face justice. And yet Sea Shepherd talk about Japan's whaling being "illegal". What a farce.

OWCS

Nice boat they have now, We OWCS can not wait till the whalers and sea shepherds confront this year. We will also be tracking the whaling fleet as well. also if i may post my ocean conservation site and facebook page. our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Official-Ocean-Warriors-Conservation/302291116542422 and our website http://oceanwarriorsconservationsociety.webs.com/ check it out sign up on our forums check our news. Thanks OWCS (ocean warriors conservation society)

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