Somehow I expect the inspector’s wallet is thicker now.
Perhaps not in this case. You may take a look on this short video from the inspection : http://webtv.hurriyet.com.tr/2/31083/0/1/silah-yuklu-gemi-iskenderun-da.aspx
However, no juicy info yet.
“According to the Turkish authorities, no weapons for Syria were found in the containers on board, and the loading papers for the ship were also presented correctly, according to the Turkish authorities,” a spokesman for the German Economics Ministry in Berlin said.
On Wednesday, Emden-based Reederei Bockstiegel also announced that no weapons had been found on the ship. The company also sent journalists copies of the official documents produced by the Turkish authorities after they completed the inspection of the ship. The firm said the freighter ship would be reloaded and depart from Iskenderun on Thursday on its way to Montenegro.