Injured alleged pirate has arrived in Denmark

Earlier Thursday, the minister of justice announced withdrawal of charges against three out of four presumed pirates. The fourth and injured alleged pirate arrived in Denmark on Thursday, facing prosecution.

Photo: Jens Dresling

One of four presumed and withheld pirates is on the way to Denmark, informs Danish Department of Justice in a press release on Thursday.

The defense has assessed that it's not justifiable to release him at sea due to his injury and recent stay at a hospital in Ghana.

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