New Report on the “left-to-die boat”

A new report by experts at Goldsmith University of London has concluded that last year Nato could have undertaken the rescue of a stricken boat, which was left drifting for two weeks causing the death of 63 African migrants. The experts used forensic oceanography technology to determine the exact movements of the migrant vessel in an attempt to establish which military helicopter and naval vessel had made contact with the migrants only to leave them adrift at sea, despite clear indications that people were dying of starvation and thirst. Legal action started “against X” in order widen the investigation of the suspected people and it was brought for non-assistance of person or people in danger. Nato is now called upon to release vital classified information in order to identify which units were responsible for failing to mount a rescue operation.

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