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Capt. Phillips questions anti-piracy plan

 
July 15th 2014
Sam Hemingway

Captain Richard Phillips, the Underhill man who commanded the freighter Maersk Alabama when it was seized by pirates in a 2009 incident off the coast of Africa, is taking issue with a new White House plan for dealing with pirate attacks on the open seas.

'The June 2014 United States Counter Piracy and Maritime Security Action Plan is the first initiative in seven years that charts a new course for eliminating at-sea outlaws,' Phillips said in a statement. 'It is time to zero in on the pirates' nests and eradicate them.'

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Source: burlingtonfreepress.com