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The Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy Asks For the Release of Captain Paul Watson

In support of Paul Watson, the Five Nations have sent a letter to the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, asking for Paul's release.

The Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy has supported Paul Watson and Sea Shepherd for many years.  On June 18, 2007, in response to the Canadian government's revocation of the registry of the Sea Shepherd ship Farley Mowat, the Five Nations presented Sea Shepherd with the flag and registry of the Five Nations for the Robert Hunter and Farley Mowat.

Sea Shepherd welcomes the support of the Five Nations and continues to proudly fly their flag on our ships.

The Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy letter asking for the release of Captain Paul Watson

The Steve Irwin flying the Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy flag in the Faeroe Islands  -  photo:  Billy Danger/Sea ShepherdThe Steve Irwin flying the Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy flag in the Faeroe Islands - photo: Billy Danger/Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson and crewmember Shannon Mann raise the Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy flag on Scott Island in the Southern Ocean  -  photo: Billy Danger/Sea Shepherd Captain Paul Watson and crewmember Shannon Mann raise the Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy flag on Scott Island in the Southern Ocean - photo: Billy Danger/Sea Shepherd
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