Tag: AdvanFort

  • Seaman Guard crew freed

    Good news at last for crew and armed guards. Chennai Six: Britons released from Indian jail Six British former soldiers have been released from an Indian prison four years after […]

  • Seaman Guard men acquitted

    Great news for maritime security team and crew. Crew of Seaman Guard Ohio acquitted by Indian Court The 35 crew of the Seaman Guard Ohio, which includes the so-called “Chennai […]

  • AdvanFort guards court date

    Trial date for armed guards looms. Court case hope for jailed marine guards Mike Wade Relatives and friends of six British security guards imprisoned by the authorities in India hope […]

  • No bail for armed guards

    Utterly ridiculous and stupid case rumbles on. India firearms charge ex-soldiers denied bail Six former British soldiers jailed in India for alleged firearms offences have been refused bail ahead of […]

  • Jailed guards hope for bail

    Seaman Guard Ohio men hope for bail. Anti-piracy crew must wait for bail ruling The crew of an anti-piracy vessel who, last month, were jailed for five years in India […]

  • Seaman Guard Ohio crew appeal

    PMSC contractors and crew appeal sentences. U.S. ship crew challenge conviction MOHAMED IMRANULLAH S. Six British nationals, 14 Estonians, three Ukrainians and 12 Indians who were onboard U.S. anti-piracy vessel […]

  • ITF backs Seaman Guard Ohio appeal

    Union to help with appeal. ITF backs Seaman Guard Ohio appeal The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) is to pay for legal support for the court appeal of the ship’s […]

  • Cruisin’ with guns

    A brisk business in safeguarding guns. Cruisin’ with guns IN OCTOBER 2013 the Seaman Guard Ohio, a Sierra Leone-flagged ship, was intercepted just under 11 nautical miles off the coast […]

  • AdvanFort case after effects

    Is it time for ITLOS to have its mandate increased to allow crew members’ own countries to intervene on their behalf? Seaman Guard Ohio decision raises concern for maritime security […]

  • HRAS comment on jailed crew

    Verdict deemed a travesty. Human Rights at Sea comments on Indian judicial sentence of Seaman Guard Ohio Crew David Hammond, CEO Human Rights at Sea It has been reported that […]