Drugs blamed for ‘Captain Phillips’ ship deaths

Corruption, Health and Safety, HR, Maritime Fraud, Military, Piracy and Terrorism — By on February 21, 2014 at 2:59 PM
 

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Drugs blamed for ‘Captain Phillips’ ship deathsDrugs blamed for 'Captain Phillips' ship deathsMaersk Line Ltd (MLL) has now confirmed that drugs were found in the cabin of two armed guards who died aboard the Maersk Alabama. The incident is likely to raise new questions about armed anti-piracy personnel as well as safeguards against drugs being brought aboard commercial vessels.
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