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November 11, 1986

Lee Jung Sik, the captain of a South Korean fishing vessel, was charged with trying to sexually assault a female federal National Marine Fisheries Service officer, authorities in Anchorage said. The unidentified woman, who was on her first assignment, told how she was berated, attacked and harassed. Court papers also accuse several of the ship's officers of carrying on in a drunken manner. The vessel and its 56 crew members were in Coast Guard custody in Kodiak, Alaska, while a civil suit was filed seeking confiscation of the 259-foot Shin Yang Ho.

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