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The men of the Seaman Guard Ohio have demonstrated incredible strength and resilience during their prolonged captivity under horrific conditions. Although they never can recover the time they have lost, AdvanFort sincerely hopes that these courageous men and their families now can begin to heal and ...
"At six o'clock, when that cell door locked and you heard the clack, the bang, the rattle of the keys, it just was like, time for 12 hours until they are open. That feeling, it is unbelievable. "I never want to hear that sound again." Elsewhere in the video, Dunn blames his detention on AdvanFort "being absolute ...

The 35, six former British soldiers, 14 Estonians, three Ukrainians and 12 Indians, were sentenced in January last year to five years in prison on charges of illegally transporting weapons and ammunition in Indian waters in October 2013 on the anti-piracy vessel, which was operated by AdvanFort. Justice M.
Heindel, however, took aim at the US-headquartered owners of the Seaman Guard Ohio maritime security company AdvanFort. AdvanFort while initially supportive of the detained crew members later walked away leaving them stranded and unpaid in India. “Unfortunately, one glaring injustice remains: the ...
Billy was 33 when I dropped him at the airport to start the first day of his new job with AdvanFort. I was just 23. We had only been together two years, and during this time Billy had always worked in maritime security. He would go away for two or three months at a time. Billy often spoke about the dangers of ...
The men all worked for the US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was detained and weapons found. The men have denied any wrongdoing, saying the weapons were properly licensed. The charges against them and 29 other crew ...

All had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was detained and weapons found. They were arrested in October 2013 on illegal weapons charges, which were dropped in the following months, but an appeal followed ...
Advanfort are a sad excuse for a company. They completely abandoned their employees; they stopped paying wages leaving families in financial difficulty and they refused to pay lawyers leaving the men to fund a legal case that should never have even have gone to court. They have never offered the men ...
The crew were detained on October 12, 2013 in the Indian Port of Tuticorin for possession of illegal arms and environmental pollution. Indian authorities subsequently arrested the six British nationals, three Ukrainians, fourteen Estonians and 12 Indians. The vessel was owned by the AdvanFort Company ...
As six British maritime security guards prepare to face trial in India charged with illegal possession of weapons, the company they were working for is accused of abandoning them. But did AdvanFort put the men at risk of being arrested by breaching international laws? AdvanFort is an American-based ...
The men of the Seaman Guard Ohio have demonstrated incredible strength and resilience during their prolonged captivity under horrific conditions. Although they never can recover the time they have lost, AdvanFort sincerely hopes that these courageous men and their families now can begin to heal and ...
The six men were working on the anti-piracy ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, owned by the US-based company AdvanFort, when they were arrested in 2013. They were held along with three Ukrainians, 14 Estonians and 12 Indians when customs officials and police found weapons and ammunition on board, ...
The men were working on the anti-piracy ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, owned by the US-based company AdvanFort, when they were arrested in 2013. They were held along with three Ukrainians, 14 Estonians and 12 Indians when customs officials and police found weapons and ammunition on board, ...
MV Seaman Guard Ohio ' is owned by a company incorporated in USA, namely, Advan Fort, and has Sierra Leone as its flagship nation. On 12.10.2013, when the ship vessel was anchored in waters near Tuticorin Port, it was intercepted by the Indian Coast Guard. The Coast Guard felt suspicious when a ...
AdvanFort, which charges clients up to £60,000 for each passage through the area, is just one of many security companies offering a maritime service. At the time of the men's arrest, the area off the western coastline of India was part of the international high-risk area for piracy. The area has since been ...
This money has been a lifeline for the army veterans, who have not been paid by their employer - American anti-piracy firm AdvanFort - since they were arrested on board the Seaman Guard Ohio in October 2013. This has added financial hardship to families already facing the loss of a partner, dad, ...
The families of six British Army veterans imprisoned in a notorious Indian jail say they are disgusted by Boris Johnson's handling of the case. They criticised the foreign secretary for recycling “the exact wording” of a pledge to secure the men's release in his promise to the husband of Nazanin ...

They were all working as maritime security guards - or pirate hunters - for the American company AdvanFort when they were arrested on board ...
They were all on board the Seaman Guard Ohio, a ship owned by anti-piracy company AdvanFort. They were arrested in October 2013, but not ...
All the men had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, ...
Billy was 33 when I dropped him at the airport to start the first day of his new job with AdvanFort. I was just 23. We had only been together two ...
All had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was ...
Advanfort are a sad excuse for a company. They completely abandoned their employees; they stopped paying wages leaving families in ...
Advanfort are a sad excuse for a company. They completely abandoned their employees; they stopped paying wages leaving families in ...
The company that contracted Nick, Advanfort, has not paid the men since their arrest and has never paid any legal fees. “Samir and Ahmed ...
The company that contracted Nick, Advanfort, has not paid the men since their arrest and has never paid any legal fees. “Samir and Ahmed ...
The vessel was owned by the AdvanFort Company who stopped paying the crew salaries in November 2013. The six British guards have now ...
The vessel was owned by the AdvanFort Company who stopped paying the crew salaries in November 2013. The six British guards have now ...
Meanwhile, it appears that AdvanFort Company, the vessel's owners, have done little to help the men. The company's owners, Samir Farajallah ...
AdvanFort is an American-based anti-piracy firm that charges clients up to £60,000 a time for armed guards to escort ships across a high-risk ...
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the men's return was "wonderful news" and added their families and campaigners would be "delighted to see them return home after being separated for so long". The men were working on the anti-piracy ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, owned by the US-based company AdvanFort, ...
All the men worked for AdvanFort, a maritime security company. Indian authorities found weapons and ammunition on board and the men were charged with possession of illegal firearms. Following an initial conviction the charges were quashed when the men argued they had the right permits and ...
The men were working on the anti-piracy ship MV Seaman Guard Ohio, owned by the US-based company AdvanFort, when they were arrested in 2013. They were held along with three Ukrainians, 14 Estonians and 12 Indians when customs officials and police found weapons and ammunition on board, ...
The 35, six former British soldiers, 14 Estonians, three Ukrainians and 12 Indians, were sentenced in January last year to five years in prison on charges of illegally transporting weapons and ammunition in Indian waters in October 2013 on the anti-piracy vessel, which was operated by AdvanFort. Justice M.
Heindel, however, took aim at the US-headquartered owners of the Seaman Guard Ohio maritime security company AdvanFort. AdvanFort while initially supportive of the detained crew members later walked away leaving them stranded and unpaid in India. “Unfortunately, one glaring injustice remains: the ...
The Britons were among 35 men working as pirate hunters for the American firm AdvanFort when their vessel, theSeaman Guard Ohio, sought ...
The men were all working for the US maritime security firm AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection in the Indian Ocean when their ship was ...
The British men being held in India were all working for the US maritime security firm AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection in the Indian ...
All had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was ...
All had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was ...
This is despite the men all possessing British firearms licences allowing them to work for the American anti-piracy firm Advanfort. The men ...
All had been working for US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was ...
The men all worked for the US maritime company AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection when their ship, MV Seaman Guard Ohio, was ...
The detained men were all working for the US maritime security firm AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection in the Indian Ocean when their ship was detained.
They have always vehemently protested their innocence, insisting they were simply employees working for the American anti-piracy firm AdvanFort. A major campaign has been underway in the UK, led by the families of the British men, all ex-soldiers, to ...
The British men being held in India were all working for the US maritime security firm AdvanFort providing anti-piracy protection in the Indian Ocean when their ship was detained.
Charges against the men, who were working for the American firm AdvanFort, have since been dropped but they have been unable to leave while prosecutors pursue an appeal.
Charges against the men, who were working for US firm AdvanFort, have since been dropped but they have been unable to leave while prosecutors pursued an appeal.
They had all been working for the American anti-piracy firm Advanfort, when they were arrested in October 2013. As his family this week reflected on one year since his conviction, John's sister Joanne Thomlinson has been speaking to campaigning school ...
They had all been working for the American anti-piracy firm Advanfort, when they were arrested in October 2013. As his family this week reflected on one year since his conviction, John's sister Joanne Thomlinson has been speaking to campaigning school ...


 

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