Chinese crewmen granted bail over trawler skippers accused of manslaughter after they wereapronx found guilty of poisoning a sea lion.
The crewmen – who were jailed for nine months but then freed on bail – are accused of suffocating the sea lion after it바카라 was attacked by two Chinese trawlers in the sea off Perth on August 29, 2012.
The men are also accused of setting fire to the trawler but the court heard that the incident took place before the incident took place, which also included the fire.
The crewmen denied causing harm and said that they were actin예스카지노g in good faith when they attacked the sea lion.
However, the jury ruled that they had committed manslaughter.
Mr Justice Martin said that the jury was of “grave doubt” over whether the men had acted reasonably and he accepted that the men had intended to hurt the sea lion, but he also accepted the court should not be satisfied with the evidence.
“It follows that it was not reasonable for Mr Lee and Mr Lee’s co-accused, Mr Wang Yuen Wan, to hold their positions of trust, which gave rise to his responsibility for the acts of Mr Wang Yuen Wan,” Justice Martin said.
Mr Justice Martin also heard that the crewmen had been drinking before their attack and their actions were not out of character.
In his verdict, Judge Martin dismissed the claim that the men had breached their duty to behave reasonably and gave the men two months’ full bail.
Spencer Pankhurst QC, for the boat captain, was granted bail and will remain in court on September 9 and 10.
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