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http://doreenjetten.ca/bilka/2906 The Indian coastguard said the vessel had strayed into territorial waters and the British guards were accused of gunrunning for jihadists after the discovery of weapons onboard.
In January, Mr Dunn was jailed along with former paratroopers Billy Irving, 35, from Connel, Argyll, Scotland; John Armstrong, 29, from Wigton, Cumbria and Paul Towers, 52, from Yorkshire, and former 1st Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment servicemen Nicholas Simpson, 46, from Catterick, North Yorkshire, and Ray Tindall, 41, from Chester.
The men reportedly have 74 years of service between them, including tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.