Death Ship: Coroner Rules Foul Play - The Maritime Executive

After a two-year investigation into the deaths of two foreign seafarers on the Sage Sagittarius, dubbed the Death Ship, Australia has determined that they met with foul play at the hands of other, unidentified people on board. The chief cook, Caesar ...

Crewmen on coal ship were murdered, coroner finds - The Australian

A culture of fear, homophobic bullying and reprisals had taken hold on a Japanese coal ship when two crew members met with “foul play” while their vessel was in or on its way to Australia, the deputy coroner has found. Three crew members on the ship, ...

'Death Ship': Australian coroner rules murder in death of two Filipino seamen working on Japanese coal carrier - The Japan Times

CANBERRA – Two Filipino seamen who died two weeks apart during a Japanese coal carrier's voyage to Australia in 2012 were killed by one or more assailants, an Australian coroner said Wednesday. New South Wales state Deputy Coroner Sharon Freund ...

Mystery surrounds Sage ghost ship - dailytelegraph.com.au

TWO experienced Filipino seamen working on “death ship” the Sage Sagittarius died as a result of foul play — but mystery continues to surround the exact circumstances of the pair's demise. Head chef Cesar Llanto, 42, died in August 2012 after either ...

Sage Sagittarius deaths were foul play - TradeWinds (subscription)

An Australian coroner has ruled that the deaths of two crewmen on a Japanese bulker were foul play. Sharon Freund also said the evidence "strongly suggests" that the vessel's captain Venancio Salas either caused or authorised the disappearance of one ...

Australian coroner finds assailants killed 2 Filipino seamen - Columbia Missourian

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — An Australian coroner says two Filipino seamen who died two weeks apart during a Japanese coal carrier's voyage to Australia in 2012 had been killed by one or more assailants. Coroner Sharon Freund recommended ...

Dead Filipino chef, engineer of ship, victims of 'foul play': coroner - ABS-CBN News

SYDNEY, Australia - Two Filipino seamen who mysteriously disappeared or died in separate incidents on a Japanese coal ship in Australian waters were killed, a coroner ruled Wednesday. In 2012 Cesar Llanto, 42, chief chef on the Sage Sagittarius, ...

Coroner confirms foul play onboard the 'death ship' - Splash 247

A Sydney coroner has finally delivered a verdict on the so-called 'death ship'. Three men died in mysterious circumstances on the Japanese bulker Sage Sagittarius in quick succession. A lengthy inquiry into the two deaths that occurred in Australian ...

Inquest into deaths on Sage Sagittarius finds foul play - NEWS.com.au

HEAD chef Cesar Llanto was the first man to die, vanishing off the coast of Cairns in August after he prepared a meal for the crew. His body has never been recovered. His death was so troubling, some of the terrified crew barricaded themselves in their ...

Coroner rules foul play in deaths of 2 Pinoy crewmen in 2012 - GMA News

A New South Wales coroner has ruled foul play in the deaths of two Filipino crewmen aboard coal carrier MV Sage Sagittarius nearly five years after they perished, according to a report by South Morning Herald. Chief engineer Hector Collado was found ...

Sage Sagittarius inquest: 'death ship' crewmen were victims of foul play, coroner finds - The Guardian

A coroner found two members of the Sage Sagittarius's crew met with foul play on the freighter's journey to Australia. Photograph: shipspotting.com. Australia news. Sage Sagittarius inquest: 'death ship' crewmen were victims of foul play, coroner finds.

NSW coroner confirms foul play in Sage Sagittarius deaths - ABC Local

The New South Wales coroner has determined that two men who died while working on one of the world's biggest coal carriers were victims of foul play. The chief cook of the MV Sage Sagittarius, Caesar Llanto, disappeared overboard in August 2012, while ...

It's foul play: Two men killed on Death Ship no accident - Northern Star

TWO men killed aboard the Sage Sagittarius coal ship or "Death Ship" died as a result of "foul play", according to the NSW Coroner who has spent more than two years investigating the fatalities. She has examined the deaths of the ship's cook who ...

'Double murder' on ship confirmed: union - 9news.com.au

The Sage Sagittarious became known as the 'death ship' after three people lost their lives on board. FTBAPGL. Two Filipino seafarers died as a result of foul play on the so-called "death ship" Sage Sagittarius, amid a culture of silence and ...

Two crewmen on 'murder ship' Sage Sagittarius met with foul play, coroner finds - The Sydney Morning Herald

Two experienced Filipino crewmen who died aboard a giant coal carrier within a six-week period met with foul play, a NSW coroner has ruled. The chief cook, Cesar Llanto​, 42, disappeared overboard from the MV Sage Sagittarius on August 30, 2012, as it ...

Sage Sagittarius inquest: Men who died on coal carrier were victims of foul play, coroner finds - ABC Online

Two men who died on board one of the world's biggest coal ships in 2012 were victims of foul play, but there was no evidence the company was involved in their deaths or engaged in any cover up, a coroner has found. The inquest, which started in 2015, ...