TALLINN - Bail for the 14 Estonian pirate hunters who are in prison in India has been paid, but the decision on whether to free them was to be made in the Indian court this week. Official charges have also been brought against the men, reports Public Broadcasting.On Jan. 3, a court hearing took place in the Tamil Nadu state of India where the defense attorneys of the pirate hunters disputed the court’s earlier decision on postponing bail. Estonian Ambassador to India Viljar Lubi told the Estonian national radio that the lawyers for the men were convinced that the decision this...
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