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The McCain was fully disabled and not moving when the merchant oil tanker hit it 100% proof !
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[quote:Revo/elation:MV8zNjEyNjA1XzY0NDg1MTA3Xzc0OTQ0REUw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 75402979:MV8zNjEyNjA1XzY0NDgyMDQzXzhCODAxRTcz] Even the perfect conical shape of were the bulbous front of the oil tanker went into the base of the ship shows not one inch of shear, as it is perfectly symmetrical. Look at it closely. [/quote] you are dead on OP. I noticed this last night. I am the furthest away from being a sea knowlegeable type but the damage tells the story of the impact: If you did it on purpose, it would look exactly like this. If it were by accident the Navy boat would have been taking evasive action full throttle, not a clean "puncture" like this. Strange. more fake FF psyop sht. No idea why. [/quote]
From that pic you can tell the McCain was dead in the water. There is no shear damage from a ship under power. It was a direct hit ! The McCain would have been under full power to get out of the way of a ship that was 4 times it's size. It was also full daylight as far as I know. No shear no power. Look at where the "V" shaped part of the haul hit the war ship. Not one inch of shear.
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