Of Drugs, Documents and Pseudo States: The Odd Story of The Missing Broadcasting Ship (Begins on page 136.) How a Japanese fishing ship built in 1959 became a drug ship; the home of a New York 'pirate' radio station which caused a series of U.S. court cases. They led to the 1989 raid silencing Radio Caroline, and it also pulled the rug from under a fraudulent offshore data haven in the North Sea.

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