Saturday, November 23, 2013

EX-BRITISH SOLDIERS ARRESTED IN INDIA


The MV Seaman Guard Ohio, on which six British former soldiers were arrested, on 12 October 2013.

With elections coming up in India there is a risk that certain western security services might stage a false flag terror attack in India.

The attackers who killed 166 people during the 2008 attacks on Mumbai reportedly arrived by sea.

Six British former soldiers have been taken into custody in Chennai in India.

The ex-soldiers were arrested on board MV Seaman Guard Ohio.

The MV Seaman Guard Ohio  was intercepted 10 nautical miles off the coast of India, after two alerts from intelligence agencies.

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/why-the-seamanguard-ohio-is-a-worry-for-coastal-security/1/320299.html


Former Parachute Regiment member Billy Irving, 33, has been detained

The Indian authorities claim that MV Seaman Guard Ohio was carrying a huge cache of illegal weapons. 

Girlfriend appeals for help as boyfriend faces Christmas in Indian jail after being arrested for gun crimes

The British former soldiers were aboard the MV Seaman Guard Ohio, within Indian waters, when they were detained on 12 October 2013.

The ship is operated by AdvanFort an American firm specialising in 'security' and 'intelligence operations'.

AdvanFort has on its advisory board Charles Dragonette, a retired Analyst at the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence,


The planner of the Mumbai Attack, David Headley, claimed that he worked for the CIA.

According to a website that tracks marine traffic, the last known port of call for Seaman Guard Ohio was Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

www.firstpost.com/

The ship's captain told investigators that the guards were providing armed escorts to merchant vessels in the pirate-infested waters of the Indian Ocean.

http://www.indiawest.com/news/

Mick Dunn, 27, who served in The Parachute Regiment in Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland has been detained

Reportedly, the 10 crew and 25 'soldiers' 'have not been able to explain why they entered Indian waters or why they do not have the necessary documentation required to carry weapons.'

US ship with armed guards detained at Tuticorin; no papers ....

The crew and 'soldiers' include Britons, Indians, Ukrainians and Estonians.

In June 2013, four Britons sailing a converted warship were arrested off Senegal.

The Senegalese authorities said the four - all ex-UK servicemen - were detained on suspicion of 'illegal activity'.

Headley Saga.

The American company AdvanFort has been involved in at least one prior felony relating to the possession of weapons without permits.

According to a document from the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia, the AdvanFort Company previously pled guilty to 'Aiding and Abetting the Making of a False Statement During the Acquisition of Firearms.'

Armed ship in India had prior brushes with law

Earlier, reports noted that the MV Seaman Guard Ohio was principally operating around Galle in Sri Lanka.


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Report: Hundreds of European mercenaries in the ranks of the Israeli army

LONDON, (PIC)-- A European human rights report revealed that hundreds of European mercenaries, who volunteer for military service in the ranks of the Israeli occupation army, participated in the killing of Palestinian civilians, especially in the Gaza Strip.

According to a comprehensive report the Euro-Mid Observer is working on; a number of organizations directly related to Jewish and Christian rightist groups in Europe have organized projects and campaigns in Europe to call on the Europeans to join the Israeli occupation army in the Palestinian territories and to join the campaigns of supporting the settlers' operations against the Palestinians in the West Bank.

Information from the report said that one of these organizations working on recruiting European youths to fight in the ranks of the Israeli army, called Mahal, has an office in London and works on guiding foreigners to join the Israeli army through organizing information and awareness campaigns in European countries.

Thousands of volunteers from about 40 countries, mostly from Europe joined the Israeli army.

The report, to be published later by the Euro-Mediterranean Observer, said that the organization is targeting youth groups, males under the age of 24 and females under 21, through instructive programs that extend for 18 months.

http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/en/default.aspx?xyz=U6Qq7k%2bcOd87MDI46m9rUxJEpMO%2bi1s7tYW7nHf8AbKHXTKV%2bUjjQm6y3jtAf6g4mI87x0QocDDqtYzb1pci2SKAoHBBDm%2fyZ4EXR4mrCJL0u2amKft3iMqQT%2ffcf8ndNsZBToFAAyo%3d

 
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