This is a political stunt in response to the Sea Shepherd's recent issue of an arrest warrant of the whaling fleet. It's unlikely that Interpol will issue a warrant for such politically-motivated reasons. In any case, why is the warrant not for the captain, whose orders the others were following? Could it be that the Japanese authorities do not really want a court-room showdown with such an experienced media player?
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