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If you commit a crime on a plane
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Brazil SCHIZOPHRENIC_MIBR_FAN 
Lets say you charter a plane, fly over lawless international waters and commit a murder on the plane. What would happen to you?
2021-09-17 01:23
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Poland xMBTx
I think it still counts where u took off
2021-09-17 01:24
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Ireland Sodaking
tbh i think it goes to the Nationality of what person was murdered idk tho
2021-09-17 01:52
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Norway jatakk
>HLTV >Degree in Law
2021-09-17 01:24
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Most people here would consider themselves lawyers
2021-09-17 01:27
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I'm somewhat a lawyer myself
2021-09-17 01:34
I have bachelor degree in law
2021-09-17 01:31
wdym? we all do overwatch investigations and we judged a suspect's clip. everybody here is into law, sort of.
2021-09-17 02:41
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Brazil edgy_man
dunno man depends on the law of your country, for example. in our military penal code, if you are a military in a ship or plane it counts as an extention of your country, so if you commit a crime inside it anywhere in the world you will be judged by our military law.
2021-09-17 01:26
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Brazil Zireael11
I think you will be judged by the law of the country that the plane operates under. Probably same thing with boats, what happens there is judged by the lew of the country on the boats flag
2021-09-17 01:26
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What i someone puts a north korea flag?
2021-09-17 01:31
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Brazil Zireael11
then they would be comitting a crime because you can't do that unless the goverment of the country allows it
2021-09-17 02:24
public plane owners are normal companies i think
2021-09-17 01:28
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Brazil Bactuga
What if you kill someone in Bir Tawil? or Mary Byrd Land (Antartica) Both of those areas are unclaimed, or no other country wants it
2021-09-17 01:29
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Interesting thoughts.
2021-09-17 01:30
Easy Under the 1959 Antarctic Treaty, ratified by 53 nations, persons accused of a crime in Antarctica are subject to punishment by their own country.
2021-09-17 01:44
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Brazil Bactuga
ok what about Bir Tawil?
2021-09-17 01:45
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depends on what country ends up arresting you if they have an extradition treaty then your own country would probably put you on trial, but high profile cases often involve multiple countries negotiating who will hold the trial ultimately tho international laws are the ultimate social constructs and sovereign nations can pretty much do what they want
2021-09-17 01:54
According to the Tokyo convention "The State of registration of the aircraft is competent to exercise jurisdiction over offences and acts committed on board."
2021-09-17 01:32
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Interesting. What if the plane is not registered at all?
2021-09-17 01:34
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I have no idea unfortunately
2021-09-17 01:36
I don't think that if you charter a plane its not registered
2021-09-17 01:38
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ok but what if its not chartered
2021-09-17 01:52
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its registered anyway I guess
2021-09-17 01:56
International waters doesn't mean a thing when you're on plane, what really matters under what jurisdiction plane is operating, in other words aircraft can be considered as part of national territory
2021-09-17 01:38
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Finland HARD4ENCE
What if he's in a ship/boat then instead of a plane?
2021-09-17 01:54
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+1 self made ship with no registration
2021-09-17 01:52
Pretty much the same logic applies to ships in international waters, sailors hang flags on ships for a reason, flags of country shows to what jurisdiction ship belongs to. Only exception if you're pirating, then every country have a right to take u down)
2021-09-17 01:54
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Iceland kvistne
I have killed four people on a plane but I can't answer your question due to the fact that I didn't get caught lol
2021-09-17 01:54
You gonna be trialed by the country that plane belongs it, believe me, I studied this last week on law school. At least based on brazilian's law
2021-09-17 01:57
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Argentina cheapdeed
look i have a degree in law but i can't explain further since we are using regular hltv (pay for htlv premium where everything is legal) and ill be able to answer your question
2021-09-17 01:59
i think youre gonna be arrested when you land
2021-09-17 02:12
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Chile jotler
expected from user
2021-09-17 02:18
Depend, but will firstly be the juridiction of the plane's nationality. However agreements between countries can change that like the country of the victim or yours
2021-09-17 02:26
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Ukraine alexftw
no body no crime
2021-09-17 02:27
In the airplane bathrooms it says that you will be fined for smoking based on the laws of the country in which you are landing.
2021-09-17 02:35
what stops u from dropping the bodies down in the ocean and ez pz never get caught?
2021-09-17 02:46
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