Originally posted by PsykoOps
There isn't much of new stuff about this. Nothing on media. All those theories which were floating around haven't been confirmed or denied. Curious
since a trial of all things should out the demons on the closet.
A Russian trial won't "out" anything at all. A Russian trial takes about 20 minutes and that includes the execution and burial of the accused. On a
more serious note, this story appears to have been killed rather efficiently. It doesn't look like we'll ever be able to do much but speculate.
Latest update here : www.l-orizzont.com...
Looks like it will soon be sailing to Algeria with the timber cargo it was transporting when hijacked?
Would be nice to see it being unloaded when it get's there
Here is another article that states
"The crew later reported that in the early hours of July 24th, a group of hijackers impersonating Swedish police had boarded the ship off Sweden's
west coast, holding the crew while they searched the ship. The hijackers were said to have left the ship 12 hours later, not finding what they were
looking for" www.hs.fi...
Wonder why this story/thread died? Seems to be a lot more going on, and is well worth a looking into
Time to resurrect this thread. Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat is reporting that Eerik-Niiles Kross is being questioned as a suspect in the Arctic
Sea kidnapping. Very highly connected individual and in the security business. Source. HS
Latvian officials?? seem to think that it is unlikely. It could also be that he is being targeted by Russian propaganda, using the fact that one of
the hi-jackers has named him as the mastermind is some kind of plea-bargain.
I'm not familiar with these systems but isn't it possible that it really is out of range? Do you know it's last position and heading for example?
Also do they keep these systems online always. Like if the ship goes in for maintanance do they take them offline during that time?
Well lets do this as I watch the clip.
1) "Secret modifications"? What secret modifications is this guy talking about?
2) This "journalist" says the ship should've gone to port after the masked men left. Why would it do that if they thought it was the police? If a
police raid a ship and find nothing and leave does the ship usually then go to nearest port to raise hell? Doesn't make any sense. Also why is it odd
that they dont mention the raid if nothing came off it?
3) Another "journalist" comes into say there's secret gargo and on same breath says "we don't know anything about". Yeah right.
4) Omg this just gets worse and worse. "Exordinary search efford for a gargo of timber". Yeah how about 15 sailors? It's somehow a big deal if 5
destroyers and 2 subs are trying to rescue 15 sailors? Wtf is this crap?
5) Ok so now it is odd that russian signals come from same direction that the tracker was at? So the russians searching for the vessel should've just
sailed randomly around the world???
6) Now they claim that it had S-300 on board. Conviniently ignoring the fact that it was in the finnish port after that. Had there been any such gargo
it would've been easily found. Also pulling the Iran card is just ridicilous. Iran is a neighbour of Russia. If they want to trade arms they can
deliver them straight in.
7) Now this "piece" contradicts itself. It claimed earlier that there were secret modifications made to the ship. Now it says Maltese authorities
inspected the ship and found nothing suspicious.
8) "We can be sure they were Israeli commandos". Yeah you can be sure in your own little imagination of anything you desire. Show even the tiniest
bit of evidence to support it before you go out and babble about it in front of a camera.
Oh dear. That's just the parts that rubbed me off most. What an utter discrace to journalism.
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