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Family of fisherman slam inquiry

THE family of a fisherman who was lost aboard a small trawler on April 25, 2013, say a fatal accident inquiry (FAI) due to start on Monday (June 5) will be a ‘sham’.

The family of Scott MacAlister, who was 40 when he died, believe the only route for justice is a petition to parliament.

Peter MacAlister, Scott’s father, told The Oban Times: ‘Scott will be blamed and the owner of the boat has already been told he will not be prosecuted.’

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