23 May '12, 11pm

A call from Berlin to defend our Oceans.

In 1997 when I faced a similar situation in the Netherlands where I was held for 120 days on a Norwegian extradition request, we were able to turn the internment into a highly publicized campaign against Norwegian whaling. We now have an excellent opportunity to take advantage of this turn of events to address the plight of the sharks of the world’s oceans. This showing by thousands of people worldwide calling for action to win my freedom is much appreciated and incredibly encouraging. Yet even more encouraging is the opportunity to explore real possibilities for hands-on shark conservation work in Costa Rica and the opportunity to reach millions of people with the important message that sharks are endangered and we need to do all that we can to defend and protect them. Thanks to the encouraging support of thousands of people worldwide I can see the bright side of my posit...

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/commentary-and-editorials/2012...

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