I have not had time to really explore them yet, but it also shows that there were no murders, or people thrown overboard, etc.
Yes, there was a murder last year on a Carnival ship - a domestic event, and the FBI had about a dozen agents on the ship before it was within 50 miles of shore. They went out in a Coast Guard cutter and had the guy in handcuffs by the time the ship docked.
I saw a very similar report back in 1998, and the number if "iappropriate touching" reports was just laughable. This is "crime?"
"My waiter touched me while putting my napkin in my lap" well, stop reaching for your wine glass.
I'm sorry, I don't mean to dismiss valid claims, but by the same token, you can't possibly take all of these seriously either.
I think the point is that these reports tell us practically nothing we didnt know already.