Eco-Terrorist Paul Watson Jumps Bail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Jul 26, 2012, 08:24 PM
Angry Watson.jpgEco-terrorist, Paul Watson recently jumped bail in Germany. So, will former bail bondsman, Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins launch a fugitive search for justice on him? Or could Mr. Watson be headed towards Anaheim to participate in riots? These are some of the questions that inquiring minds want to know.

According to the BBC News, “Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson ‘flees Germany.’ A Canadian marine conservationist has jumped bail in Germany and disappeared.”

The founder of the US-based anti-whaling terrorist organization, Sea Shepherd, Paul Watson, was taken into custody in Germany in May after Costa Rica issued a warrant for his arrest.

Paul Shepherd, who is recognized as the al-Qaeda environmentalist, faces charges of endangering the crew of a Costa Rican ship that was fishing for sharks in 2002.

As reported by the BBC, “a Frankfurt court has ordered his re-arrest. But his lawyer was quoted as saying, ‘he has left Germany for an unknown destination.”

As a fugitive of justice, Paul Shepherd will be placed on the US State Department’s ‘No-Fly List’ for engaging in terrorist activities.

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written by Mariana Almeida-FSVSF , July 31, 2012

Legal procedures in Germany vis-à-vis the Costa Rican extradition request, the potential threats to Captain Watson’s personal integrity in a Costa Rican Prison and the plausibility of the Central American Republic extraditing Sea Shepherd’s founder and President to Japan, is obvious that the human rights of Captain Watson are not being respected in accordance to the Universal Charter, ratified by the world community of nations, including Germany and Costa Rica.

The case of Captain Watson would also be presented to the pertinent Human Rights commissions and organizations and shall be placed on the agenda of the European Parliament, the international agreements shall be respected and it is clear that Germany might need to explain to the European Parliament the reason to accept the extradition request from a Caribbean country without an extradition agreement.

written by Mike M , August 02, 2012

Paul Watson an eco terrorist? Sea Shepherd an anti whaling terrorist organisation? Who do you belong to,Tom McGregor? You have to be kidding, right? The man is a hero. He is also, I suspect and fervently hope, the face of the future fight against the world Establishment. Let's hope we see many more Paul Watsons with the guts to stand up for what they believe in - in the face of big money and even bigger Power around the world.

written by M. Stewart , August 02, 2012


I take offense to your use of the term "terrorist." You have no basis upon which to make such libelous statements about Paul Watson. The Japanese Whalers are the terrorists. Apart from illegally pursuing and murdering thousands of whales under the guise of "research," they've almost killed Sea Shepherd's crew when they rammed into and sliced one of their vessels in half, injured crew with grappling hooks and poles, thrown concussion grenades at crew and ships, and used the LRAD against the group's helicopter pilot. The Japanese are murdering whales in an an established whale sanctuary despite a global moratorium on whaling established in 1986 by the IWC. as a journalist, I'd say you are quite amiss with your facts. I suggest you check them again.

written by M. Stewart , August 02, 2012

Recognized as the al-Qaeda environmentalist? Really? Tom, you need to find another profession.

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