reply to post by valachus
They "say" it was recovered near Cape Verde.
Perhaps, because that Fits in nicely with the alleged sighting a few days earlier?
A sighting which they (Russia) denied ever took place, incidentally!
The Russian submarine support vessel (can't remember the name right now), which was reported as picking up the crew, is the exact same vessel that
was allegedly "tracking" the Arctic Sea about a week or 10 days before it was "found".
The Hijackers were not mentioned in any of the initial reports of the ship and crew being found. In fact several of the reports said there was no
trace of any hijackers.
Does anyone know where/how the "hijackers" were allegedly "found"?
How did Arctic Sea end up near Cape Verde, when the Russians said it had been spotted and tracked down the West Coast of Africa, heading for Cameroon?
(Even though, the Arctic Sea cound NEVER have been there, even if travelling at maximum speed, non-stop, from it's last KNOWN position. (...or any of
the falsely reported positions including the faked AIS signal location!!)
Russia has apparently admitted faking the Arctic Sea AIS transponder signal, which was detected in Bay of Biscay on 15/8. They said it was to
"bluff" the commander of the hijacked vessel???
Wouldn't whoever was in charge of the Arctic Sea know where they were??? How's that bluffing them??
If anyone is buying the official story so far... good luck to you!
There are literally dozens of incorrect facts & figures, faked locations, ghost sightings, misleading announcements, unexplained events,
contradictions, lies, and mis-directions, which have contributed to this being, IMHO one of the most obvious cover-ups in history.
You just have to feel sorry for Joe Public, who has not got a clue that something major has just gone down.
Well done ATS, and Keep Watching!