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Surely an Orinoco will have whooped me before i can kill it? Most times you see an orinoco are when its attacking a station, you can have you missiles fired off and not even be in range when he surrenders. What about my rep if I go after a nova, won't it make the argon mad? No, 1 kill won't make them angry, if you make a habit of it without a good reputation then they may get angry, just pick a ship that is on its own. I'm a crap pilot will this work for me? Indeed, I'm a crap pilot myself, its the reason I only use missiles to capture most of the time. How can i deal with those groups of pirates that allways travel together? Can't i just buy 19 missiles at the start and capture a Nova right away?
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After his arrest seven years ago, Sriskandarajah fought his extradition to the Supreme Court of Canada.