Stowaway’s story raises questions about Nave Andromeda incident

Exclusive: interview will add to view that deployment of elite SBS was ‘over-reaction’ by UK authorities

Further questions have arisen over a decision to deploy special forces against a group of seven asylum seekers accused of hijacking an oil tanker after one of them told the Guardian they only approached the ship’s crew because they believed they had been abandoned to drown.

Politicians and human rights campaigners have called for an inquiry into the incident, which happened off the coast of the Isle of Wight on 25 October, on board the Nave Andromeda, a Liberian-registered ship owned by the Greek shipping company Navios.

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