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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 15, 2001, Winnipeg, Manitoba WINNIPEG FREE FKBRUARY 2001 WORLD 85 Probe of subs collision may lead to criminal charges m fASHINGTON The navy admiral investigating the submarine collision is consid a line of inquiry that could lead criminal charges because of the like lihood of deaths aboard the Japanese boat the sub navy officials said yes Officials also said they cannot rule out j the possibility that civilians aboard the USS including two at con I trol were a distraction to the i crew and contributed to the sinking of I the Japanese fishing vessel off the coast j of s The navy officials said no evidence of that has turned up but investigators will examine the In seeking to determine how the acci dent the navy is considering an inquiry that could result in charges against the nuclearpowered submarines captain or members of his accord ing to navy who discussed the matter on condition they not be identi A decision on how to direct the inves tigation is being weighed by Rear Charles Griffiths who as comman der of Submarine Group Nine based at is in charge of ballistic missile submarines assigned to the Pacific He was dispatched to Hawaii shortly after the The captain of the Scott of has been relieved of duty pending the outcome of the The Greeneville is an attack submarine and does not carry nuclear Trapped inside The navy might choose a moreformal thanusual approach to its inquiry because of the likelihood that civilian deaths resulted from the offi cials Nine Japanese are still listed as but navy officials believe it is likely they were either trapped inside the ship or otherwise The ship is lying on the seabed at a depth of Regardless of the format of Griffiths his findings will be for warded to the navy chain of command for a decision on if charges to pursue against the subs captain or crew In addition to the navy the National Transportation Safety Board is doing its own investigation because civil ian maritime traffic was One issue to be considered is whether the presence of civilians in the control room or elsewhere on the submarine could have interfered with the crews normal officials The navy often takes civilians civic and business jour nalists and others aboard ships and submarines for orientation rides meant to demonstrate the navys This normally would not interfere with although conditions aboard a submarine are more crowded than aboard a surface It was not until four days after the that the navy dis closed that two civilians were seated at control positions on the sub at the time it soared to the in a drill meant to simulate an emergency and rammed into the fishing Associated Press Our GIC RSPs escalating rate will make you very At TD Bank and Canada Trust we have a GIC thats going nowhere but The GIC An escalating Flexible Complete Thats why we believe its the GIC for todays volatile financial particularly for the conservative It has a competitive first year interest rate and offers a 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