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UNSPEAKABLE TURK. j An Alien Enemy Sent for Trial. Sa-ream Mohammed (31), a Turkish j jeamar, was at Swansea to-day charged with being an alien enemy, an was: found in a prohibited area wiJ.iout j authority, not having registered himself, Mohammed said that he could speaks English a little, but on being asked whether he would be tried summarily or- by a jury, he said that he did not under- gtaud. 1 Supt. Roberts: He is in a peculiar pre. dicament, your worships, and I think It i does not suit his purpose to understand.! Defendant said something which was taken to mean that lie did not know why he was brought to the cfrart. Sergt. Balsden: You are an enemy. Turkey is fighting against England. Detendafit: Me 110 soldioi- = Later an interpreter was (brought toj court, in answer to-whom defendant said: hf was born in Constantinople. He j spobe the Greek language. P.C. (135) Fitzgerald said about 10.15 i on Friday morning he was en duty in! Wind-street when he saw the defendant standing on the pavement. The captain of the Sj9. Georgia, a Norwegian steam-; ehip told witness something so that wi-t-i ness called Mohammed. In his preeenco the captain said to the officer: "I want yon to' take this man in charge for de-j sorting my ship." Defendant admitted deserting the ship. He was speaking ffood English then. The oiffcer handed him over to DetectiveSergt. Haves. Sergt. Hayse said he saw Mohammed at the Guildhall and asked him who gave him permission to come to Swansea. Ho replied in English: I am not going; back to my ship. I want to see the Consul, and I want more money." He said he was a Turk. Asked why ho figned on with the ship as a Greek sub- ¡ ject, he said: "I don't ask you where i you go. Why do you ask me?" Witness produced the discharge and another book which showed defendant to have been born in Constantinople. He was committed for trial at the next Quarter Sessions.

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