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T-3 case

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The T-3 case, formally United States v. Escamilla, 467 F.2d 341 (1972), was a series of legal disputes following a death on the Arctic ice island T-3 in July 1970. In a dispute over some raisin wine, one member of the crew of a research station was alleged to have shot and killed another. Both men were Americans, but the case took place outside U.S. territorial waters, and the case raised a number of questions on the jurisdiction of criminal law in special circumstances. After a trial, appeal, and retrial, the defendant was acquitted, but the matter of jurisdiction was not settled until United States federal law was revised in 1984.
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