Three Stowaways Found Alive On Ship’s Rudder After Almost 2,800 Mile Journey At Sea

  • Helena Maleno, director of Walking Borders, said that the stowaway men should have been told they had the right to request political asylum and should have been asked questions before they were put back on the boat, per Reuters. 
  • “The conditions of the journey are already an indication that something very serious may be behind it because the photos are incredible. We have never seen conditions like this where they have arrived alive,” Maleno pointed out.
  • “These people have to be in a state of shock. They need a couple of days to recover and from there they can explain what they were running from to have made that decision.”
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