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U.S. Navy Releases Video Of Iran Removing Unexploded Limpet Mine From Oil Tanker’s Hull


If there were any doubts Iran is responsible for the attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a new report should put those doubts to rest. The United States has video of Iran removing unexploded mines from the side of one of the ships that was hit. The Iranian ship can be seen pulling alongside one of the tankers and removing what appears to be a limpet mine while believing they were not being watched. The video above, released by the United States Navy, shows the actions by the Iranians. The image below released by CentCom shows two areas, one where an exploded mine did damage and the other of a mine that apparently didn’t detonate. Source


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  1. The Iranians massacre thousands of their own protesters. They dump their bodies in rivers and dams out in the open. The Revolutionary Guard is ordered to squelch internal protesters "any way necessary". Don"t believe me? Look at the images of" youthful Iranian protesters dead bodies". Government sanctioned murders. Google the images of Iranian protesters found in rivers and dams.

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