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Gun case dropped

An Indian judge has thrown out an arms case involving 35 crew and guards from a US vessel after nine months. 
July 11th 2014
An Indian judge has thrown out an arms case involving 35 crew and guards from a US vessel after nine months.
Indian authorities arrested AdvanFort's 197-dwt support ship Seaman Guard Ohio (built 1984) in October for allegedly illegally entering its waters.

India had planned to charge them for not notifying the country of entering Indian waters with undeclared weapons aboard.

All but two of the men were released on bail earlier this month and now Madras high court has kicked the case out.

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Source: tradewindsnews.com