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International Incidents R Us 

With Ben and Giles of Sea Shepherd being held hostage aboard the Japanese whaling ship Yushin Maru #2, Captain Paul Watson is pleased at the international media storm he has created, and ... See full summary »
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Shannon Mann ...
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Kim McCoy ...
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Benjamin Potts ...
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With Ben and Giles of Sea Shepherd being held hostage aboard the Japanese whaling ship Yushin Maru #2, Captain Paul Watson is pleased at the international media storm he has created, and rejects an offer from whalers to release the hostages. Written by Anonymous

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21 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Major Spoiler Alert - Fire the crew.
26 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

I cannot get over these people. The ship has just scored a major international coup. But, instead of just getting their people back & celebrating the victory, they decide to run a night mission just before the crew release. The Captain can stay up for a day & half talking to reporters but needs his snooze time during a major op. The night operation goes wrong, the Commanding Officer is not woken, the night operations team is out of contact & lost at sea & still the CO is in his rack. The 1st Officer & the Communications Officer are having pissing contest, with 1st Officer getting his feelings hurt & the rest of crew going off on their own. The Captain is still asleep. The flippant night mission crew comes back not giving a hoot that their radios weren't working. I'm a 20 year Navy vet & I cannot believe that a man who puts press conferences before the safety of his crew can be allowed to command a ship much less be considered a "legend". Animal Planet thank you for showing the world how Animal Activism should not be done. Thank you.


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