posted on Jun, 5 2010 @ 01:04 PM
I read the article. Not too slanted, but very biased.
The reporter just needs more information before he can make a claim. I just wonder if he knows there is a transceiver on every ship. He can not claim
it was not used by known terrorists aboard the Mavi Marmara and a third ship. Which to me, it does sound like.
The marine radio works like a party line. It's called half duplex where only one person can talk at a time. Then you wait to hear the response. It
has 3 different responses to the Israeli warning. 3 different answers, 3 different voices, 3 different radios. The third response sounds like he was
already talking, then the channel cleared to hear him talk. 6 ships in flotilla, at least 6 radios available to taunt the Israelis.
Everyone has an opinion. that's mine. This will change no one's mind, but now you have some more info.