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Re: Suicide at Sea and captain charged

Originally Posted by Don0190 View Post
But, I understand internet forum posters always understand and make the right judgements from their computers over those that were there.
This is an ironic point to make as an internet forum poster yourself who is commenting on the situation.

But in any event, we do know that a prosecutor and a grand jury have reviewed the evidence and felt that there was enough evidence of negligence against the captain to obtain a conviction at trial. Of course they could be wrong and the judicial system does not always achieve the correct outcome, but it's the best we got.
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