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Originally posted by MikeboydUS
Here's my vote for the culprit.
Originally posted by Ben81
Its unclear if somebody did that ... North Korea ?????
tension could get much higher if somebody start saying
IT WAS NORTH KOREA
Originally posted by ThinkingCap
I watched many videos and read some lengthy articles about it, but have yet to actually read his said diary.
Admiral Byrd was a very high ranking officer, who wanted to press the issue so badly that he then fell out of a 16 story window, they called it a suicide. This conspiracy has always got my bells ringing when I hear of "accidents" out near Antarctica.
Richard Byrd died on March 11, 1957 in his sleep at his Brimmer Street home in Boston. Admiral Byrd was buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov told his North Korean counterpart on Monday that his government was deeply concerned about North Korea’s uranium enrichment efforts, and he condemned an attack on a South Korean island, the ministry said. Meeting with the North’s foreign minister, Pak Ui-chun, in Moscow, Mr. Lavrov also urged North Korea to abide by a 2005 commitment to abandon its nuclear program, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Mr. Lavrov “expressed deep concern” about North Korea’s “industrial uranium enrichment capabilities,” the statement said.