Prosecutor dismisses case against electrician on Maersk ship

A former employee aboard a Maersk vessel has voluntarily handed in his license to the coast guard in relation to a harassment case. The prosecuting authority rejects pressing charges.
Photo: John Thys
Photo: John Thys

An electrician who was employed aboard the Maersk vessel Alliance Fairfax in 2021 has willingly handed in his license to the US Coast Guard after accusations of harassment of a female naval cadet, alias ”Midshipman Y,” writes US media Newsday.

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