Friday, July 9, 2010

US Professor Raises Doubts About Reports On South Korean Ship Sinking! (More Lies Exposed)

With the world focused on other issues today, many have almost forgot about the mysterious circumstances around the sinking of the South Korean corvette, the Cheonan, back in March of this year. For the longest time afterwards both the United States and the Republic of South Korea have been quick to blame North Korea for this sinking that killed 47 sailors. It has been through the tireless efforts of the bloggers over the internet that the search for the REAL perpetrators of this crime are still being searched out.

Now comes new evidence, from the following article from, where a US Professor is coming forward and thanks to closer examination of the evidence from the corvette sinking, is raising serious doubts about the "official" reports behind the sinking. Here is that article in it entirety here:

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US Professors Raise Doubts About Report on South Korean Ship Sinking

South Korean Internet-savvy citizens, such as bloggers, Twitter users and online media reporters, who are invited by the Defense Ministry, visit the wreckage of a warship that the government claims was sunk by a North Korean torpedo in March.
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South Korean Internet-savvy citizens, such as bloggers, Twitter users and online media reporters, who are invited by the Defense Ministry, visit the wreckage of a warship that the government claims was sunk by a North Korean torpedo in March, at the Second Fleet Command of Navy in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, South Korea, 08 Jul 2010.

A new study by U.S. researchers raises questions about the investigation into the sinking of a South Korean navy ship. International investigators blamed a North Korean torpedo, raising tensions on the Korean peninsula.

Researchers J.J. Suh and Seung-Hun Lee say the South Korean Joint Investigation Group made a weak case when it concluded that North Korea was responsible for sinking the Cheonan.

Speaking in Tokyo Friday, the two said the investigation was riddled with inconsistencies and cast "profound doubt" on the integrity of the investigation. "The only conclusion one can draw on the basis of the evidence is that there was no outside explosion," Suh said. "The JIG completely failed to produce evidence that backs up its claims that there was an outside explosion."

Suh is an associate professor in international relations at Johns Hopkins University in the United States, where he runs the Korean studies program.

International investigators said in May that an external explosion caused the South Korean ship to sink last March, killing 46 sailors. The report said a North Korean-made torpedo caused the explosion.

Suh and Lee the cracked portion of the bottom of the ship does not show the signs of a large shock that are usually associated with outside explosions. They add that all the ship's internal parts remained intact and few fragments were recovered outside the ship.

"Almost all parts and fragments should've been recovered within about three to six meters within where the torpedo part was discovered," Lee says, "The fact that only the propeller and the propulsion part was discovered doesn't make any sense to me."

Lee is a professor of physics at the University of Virginia in the United States. Lee also points to a blue mark on a fragment of the torpedo to question the validity of the study. South Korean scientists say that part of the torpedo was marked "number one" in Korean, with a blue marker.

Suh and Lee say the writing would not have survived the intense heat of an explosion. "This can not be taken as evidence. Because any Korean, North and South, can write this mark," Suh said. "Also, it does not make sense that this blue ink mark could survive so freshly when the paint all around was all burned at the explosion."

Both researchers say their findings do not prove that North Korea did not sink the Cheonan. But they say it is irresponsible for the South Korean government to reach its conclusions based on an inconclusive study.

They are calling for a new international investigation to re-examine the Cheonan's sinking. They also want the United Nations Security Council to pressure the South Korean government and request an "objective and scientific" report before the council deliberates on the incident.

NTS Notes: The plot thickens.... I have had my serious doubts from the beginning and sussed it out from the beginning that North Korea absolutely did not attack this ship. At first, I suspected from the torpedo evidence that it was of German design, that a German made stealth submarine launched the attack clandestinely to stir up trouble on the Korean peninsula.

The original evidence that it was a German made torpedo that sunk the corvette pointed at the possible perpetrator for such an attack being the state of Israel as it possesses German built stealthy submarines armed with German made torpedoes. That may have been an error on my part. It is therefore pushed back into the realm of speculation for now, as more real evidence definitely needs to come forward.

Now comes the notion from this article that it may have been an internal explosion. This type of evidence now points the sinking being either either a pure accident, OR sabotage on purpose by most probably the US, Korea, or again a possible mysterious third party. If it was sabotage, the sole purpose would be to stir up trouble and to get a new war going on the Korean peninsula!

Considering that there is a belief in the need for new war somewhere on the planet to somehow save the US economy from bankruptcy, I do not doubt that this attack was staged sabotage to get a new war going, this time against North Korea.

The plot thickens.... And the truth will eventually come out.... In the meantime the vilification of North Korea for this attack is totally unjust and unwarranted. Lets get all of the real facts first before anyone is put to blame, or a war may "accidentally" break out in Korea!

More to come


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