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  • Shane Douglas
    February 11, 2013 - 22:44

    I'm definitely sure the scrap aint that much and also his insurance policy is quite high. This was a tug that sat for 2 years and was retired before bringing it to St. John's. Reza and his uncle thought they would get rich from this endeavour. I'm sure the only pressure he got was from the St. John's Port Authority to get it out of the harbour whether the tug was sea worthy or not.

  • seanoairborne
    February 06, 2013 - 14:31

    The stupid NDP and Libturd parties have no power so they pick on a non-issue to get some cheap political coverage for their impotency!Like Canadians will jump on this story or something.Hey,you ninnies,Canadians could care less about this old garbage scow and what happens to her.Just like they could care less about you losers.Get back to obscurity where you belong and leave the governing of the country to the grownups!

  • Shredpet
    February 06, 2013 - 11:44

    Shoeybi is staying on the Charlene Hunt? Really? Your elusive wealthy uncle ain't gonna spring for a warm hotel bed for his nephew? I assure you the New England crew of the Charlene Hunt have had it with the Shoebyi fiasco and and want nothing more than to sneak out the narrows at the darkest possible hour.

    • david
      February 06, 2013 - 13:16

      Shouldn't be a problem.....they could leave in broad daylight, with a thermo nuclear device on the bow, Chinese navy at the helm, Vietnamese immigrants crowded on deck.....and and no one would notice a thing.

  • Watcher
    February 06, 2013 - 08:37

    I assume that there is no one on the vessel at the moment? Doesn't that make it free salvage according to the rules of the sea? If it's worth $800k in scrap, maybe some local tugs should claim it and drag it down south.

  • Steve
    February 06, 2013 - 08:05

    What kind of contraband is in that boat? I can't see any other reason to chase her except to sink her now. What is it? Drugs? Weapons? It has to be something in her hold, scrap ain't worth that much.

  • Ed LeDrew
    February 06, 2013 - 07:14

    As long as we keep calling the north Atlantic a pond, those living in central and western Canada ,will continue to treat it as such.

  • david
    February 06, 2013 - 07:10

    Perhaps this Shoebyi guy's business smarts are more suited to buying the Long Dick's Sausage Truck. As his cook, he could hire the senior government idiot that was asleep at the wheel when the tug hauled her out of the harbour.