Court talks accused out of separate trial

The accused, Mohammed Ibrahim Mire, claimed that he was allegedly kidnapped by the other accused, and that he was not party to the crime.
PRANALI LOTLIKAR CHINDARKAR
In prison for the past seven years, a Somali accused claiming to be a victim of piracy, retracted his plea for a separate trial after the court explained that it would mean a longer time in prison before a verdict could be delivered.
The accused, Mohammed Ibrahim Mire, claimed that he was allegedly kidnapped by the other accused, and that he was not party to the crime. Mire was physically produced in court on the request to address his plea before the court.
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