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Commentary by Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson

The Danish Navy and the Faroese Police are strict in enforcing the laws that protect the whalers but there seems to be a lack of concern and enforcement in response to the violation of the laws by the killers. Illegal killing techniques are seen in this video, shot by Sea Shepherd in the Faroes yesterday – the use of the knife and the intentional infliction of suffering to the whales. The Faroese say the whales are killed instantly and do not suffer, yet the intense pain experienced can be seen in the long, bloody thrashing of these dying whales.
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For the second time this season, the waters of the Faroe Islands are red with the blood of slaughtered pilot whales, killed in the infamous drive hunt known by the Faroese term “grindadráp” or “grind.”
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Fresh off the successful first leg of its vaquita porpoise defense campaign Operation Milagro in the Sea of Cortez, Sea Shepherd USA’s sailing research vessel the R/V Martin Sheen has arrived in Costa Rica, where Sea Shepherd has begun an ocean research and public awareness campaign.
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We may be one step closer to knowing the answer this Friday, when the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) is scheduled to issue an opinion on whether Japan’s latest whaling plan qualifies as “scientific research.”
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Yesterday, at approximately 1030 local time, the Australian-registered Sea Shepherd fast trimaran, Brigitte Bardot, arrived at Sund in the port of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands for the organization’s 2015 Pilot Whale Defense Campaign, Operation Sleppid Grindini.
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Volunteers from Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s Operation Jairo campaign, currently protecting sea turtles and their nests in Pacuare, Limon, Costa Rica, have warned that poachers in the area are planning actions against their personal safety.
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Chapeau bas et respect éternel, aux anges gardiens des peuples océaniques, prenez soins de vous, et merci pour votre dévotion a tous.
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Sea Shepherd volunteers on the ground in the Faroe Islands have captured horrific scenes of the slaughter of a pod of pilot whales which took place at Hvannasund in the north of the island archipelago yesterday morning.
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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is calling on the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office (NCBO), Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the state of Virginia to put a stop to the cruel and archaic bow-hunting tournaments targeting pregnant cownose rays for sport in the waters of Chesapeake Bay.
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A federal district court in Seattle has rejected a request by the Institute of Cetacean Research (ICR) to impose stiff remedial contempt sanctions upon Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, founder Captain Paul Watson, and six former members of the Sea Shepherd Board of Directors, and declined to try to force Sea Shepherd to seek repossession of former property.
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While in the Sea of Cortez for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s vaquita defense campaign Operation Milagro, Sea Shepherd’s volunteer crew aboard research sailing vessel R/V Martin Sheen assisted a team of scientists from La Paz, Mexico’s Autonomous University in their efforts to study and document a growing threat facing another species of endangered cetaceans – fin whales.
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Sea Shepherd USA vs. the Japanese Whalers

Commentary by Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson
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Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.

Sea Shepherd uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document, and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced ocean ecosystems, Sea Shepherd works to ensure their survival for future generations.