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Obama and South Korean the world laughing stock - Russia sees NO NKorea hand in SKorea's ship sinking

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Obama and South Korean the world laughing stock - Russia sees NO NKorea hand in SKorea's ship sinking
Obama and South Korean the world laughing stock - Russia sees NO NKorea hand in SKorea's ship sinking

Obama and his ass-sucker South Korea's Lee tried to lay down a case for the world that NKorea sank the South Korean warship. At first, they wanted a confrontation like regional war, and when they were faced with the insurmountable objection from China, they asked for tough sanction against NKorea in the UN Security Council.

Russia demanded 100% proof of NKorea's involvement in the alleged crime. Russia sent their experts to South Korea to examine the evidence for themselves. After the on-site examination of the full evidence provided by
South Korean counterpart, Russian Navy now concluded that there is no evidence to support South Korea's
claim that NKorea sank its warship.

Obama and Clinton previously begged China to agree that NK did this on the force of the SKorea's investigation report, but China sees no merit in their claim, either.

So what now Mr. Obama?

Have you lied to the world to seek after a war?

Russian Probe Sees No N Korea Hand In Cheonan Sinking

(RTTNews) - In what could be a morale-booster for North Korea in its stand-off with South Korea--and, by extension, the U.S.,-- Russian naval experts who inquired into the sinking of a South Korean warship March 26, found unconvincing the arguments put forward by a four-nation team of investigators, blaming Pyongyang for the tragedy, an Interfax-AVN news wire report, quoting an anonymous Russian Navy source, said Tuesday.

The revelation followed the return Monday of a team of four Russian Navy submarine and torpedo experts to Moscow after making an independent assessment of the March 26 sinking of the 1,200-ton South Korean Navy corvette "Cheonan" near the disputed Yellow Sea border, in which 46 sailors drowned.

The report said the experts had not found convincing evidence that a heavy torpedo fired by a North Korean submarine sank the South Korean vessel.

"After examining the available evidence and the ship wreckage, Russian experts came to the conclusion that a number of arguments adduced by the international investigation team in favor of the DPRK's (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) involvement in the corvette-sinking were not weighty enough," the Russian Navy source said.

A report by a team of investigators from Australia, Britain, Sweden and the United States, who pieced together portions of the South Korean warship's wreckage, and published last month, said there was overwhelming evidence that a North Korean submarine fired a heavy torpedo to sink the South Korean vessel.

[link to www.rttnews.com]