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wow 10 year s ago
ohh uk people, pirate then and pirate now (read with the attitude of my random avatar) like hatin
       
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Dreth 10 year s ago
How is this pirating? It didn't "Belong" to anyone, it was there, shipwrecked. Doing nothing but getting smellier.

That's like you finding a shoe that you can still use but was clearly thrown away and no one seems to want to claim it.
       
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hsiangfu 10 year s ago
Inform yourself about sea laws before bullshiting. Abandonned stuff outside national waters belongs to who find it.
       
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lolzz 10 year s ago
At least it isn't useful at the BOTTOM OF THE SEA!! Could come in handy to solve some economic crisis.. Like those Stu... Americans!
       
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Enter your name 10 year s ago
UK claimed the ownership, and gave xy% as reward.
(read the news)

btw in my country if you find anything burred in the ground then it belongs to the government. Moreover if you harm a robber in your house he can sue you and win. So I could rob money by harming myself in someone's home and the Judge adjudge money to me :D
       
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200 tonnes of silver were exposed by Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc. at a depth of 4,700 meters below the surface of the north Atlantic. This company is devoted to deep-ocean shipwreck discovery. Last year it signed a contract with the UK government’s Department for Transport to retrieve the shipwreck with the ability to keep 80% of the find’s profits.

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