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  • reynolds
    Senior Member
    • Oct 2018
    • 1591

    'Flying Objects' Attacked Japanese Tanker Says Ship Owner

    [Note: not a misplaced article - THE JEW IS BEHIND THIS!]
    'Flying objects' attacked Japanese tanker in Gulf of Oman, ship owner says



    This handout powerpoint slide provided by U.S. Central Command damage shows an explosion (L) and a likely limpet mine can be seen on the hull of the civilian vessel M/V Kokuka Courageous in the Gulf of Oman, June 13, 2019


    June 14, 2019

    Two “flying objects” damaged a Japanese tanker owned by Kokuka Sangyo Co in an attack on Thursday in the Gulf of Oman, but there was no damage to the cargo of methanol, the company president said on Friday. There was no possibility that the ship, carrying 25,000 tons of methanol, was hit by a torpedo. American officials released images they said show that Iran was involved in an attack on an oil tanker near the entrance to the Persian Gulf on Thursday, one of a pair of incidents that have raised tensions between the U.S. and the Islamic Republic over the past day. An Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps patrol boat “was observed and recorded removing the unexploded limpet mine from the Kokuka.




    A video released by the US Central Command on June 14, 2019, reportedly shows an Iranian navy patrol boat in the Gulf of Oman approaching the Japanese operated methanol tanker Kokuka Courageous and removing an unexploded mine.


    The video and photographs showing a boat alongside the hull of a larger vessel with a hole in its side were released by Central Command along with a timeline of the episode. The video was the first evidence publicly put forward by the U.S. to support its claim — announced earlier on Thursday by Secretary of State Michael Pompeo — that Iran was behind the attacks. Iranian officials have rejected the accusation. “Both vessels were in international waters in the Gulf of Oman approximately 10 nautical miles apart at the time of the distress calls,” Read more ...

    ‘Flying objects’ attacked Japanese tanker in Gulf of Oman, ship owner says | National Post
  • reynolds
    Senior Member
    • Oct 2018
    • 1591

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    Re: 'Flying Objects' Attacked Japanese Tanker Says Ship Owner

    Pompeo Gulf of Oman Narrative Torpedoed by Vessel’s Japanese owner



    • The Japanese owner of the vessel maintains that there were no mines — or torpedos — involved, denying that such could have been the case because the damage to the ship was above the waterline. He went so far as to call the whole U.S.-pedaled notion of mines being responsible “false.”


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    • reynolds
      Senior Member
      • Oct 2018
      • 1591

      #3
      Re: 'Flying Objects' Attacked Japanese Tanker Says Ship Owner

      The Japanese know who did this one. And where did the evidence disappear to, since there are holes in the ship? Do you think that Japan is going to risk telling the world that America/Jewsrael did this? NOT LIKELY! There is absolutely nothing in it for Japan.




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