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14 May 2010

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Dirk V., crew-leader of St. James Park Tanker, pictured in file photo

MOGADISHU, Somalia – The mercenary crew of a British chemical tanker have released captured Somali pirates after receiving the return of a ransom payment made on another ship hijacked last month, the European Union Naval Force said Friday.

The St. James Park tanker was safely on its way after ransom was delivered Thursday, the force said. It had been anchored in Garacad, Somalia when its crew captured the pirates.

Officials did not say how much ransom was returned or where the ship was headed.

A spokesperson said the released pirates were grateful to the crew for not killing them. They were captured when they tried to hijack the ship, which was a trap set to capture the pirates.

Cquote1 The motherfuckers are worthless dead, so we let 'em off easy; but next time they hijack one of our ships there's gonna be a shit-load-a whacked niggers! Cquote2

A spokesman for the the mercenaries told CNN, "We let 'em off easy, but next time they hijack one of our ships there's gonna be a shit-load-a whacked niggers!"

The ship was on its way to Thailand on May 9, 2010, when the ships crew, all special-forces mercenaries commanded by legendary soldier-of-fortune, Dirk V, lured and captured the pirates in the Gulf of Aden, a body of water between Somalia and Yemen, the naval force said.

Twenty-six crew members onboard -- including Bulgarians, Filipinos, Georgians, Indians, Poles, Romanians, Russians, Turks and Ukrainians, were all heavily-armed mercenaries, according to the naval force.

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