Five Somali men convicted of attacking a US Navy ship they mistook for a merchant vessel have been sentenced to life in prison.
BBC News - Convicted Somali pirates get life sentences in US courtThe men were the first convicted of piracy by a US jury since 1820
This is good, but now the US has the added expense of "looking after them for life"
Walking the plank would be a far better option
Should raw analytical data ever be passed to policy makers?
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