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Where there photographs taken during this attack?

Reader comment on item: The Liberty Incident: The 1967 Israeli Attack on the U.S. Spy Ship

Submitted by Richard Bray (United States), Jun 20, 2003 at 14:33

Could not photographs clearly show that the American flag was flying at the
time that the Liberty was attacked? Moreover, could not additional
photographs clearly show the attackers? For if pictures can pick up these
attacks, certainly a prudent person must come to the conclusion that if
we can make these attackers out they must be able to do the same with us.
This point is compelling because given that our view at them certainly
would be of the same quality as their view at our Liberty. Coverup, hum,
when a nation is at war is it not common to paint things as you want them
to be and not always depicted as they actually were? It was asserted on
the History Channel just the other night that Isreal was preparing to
assult syria and possibly didn't want anyone else to know of their intentions?
God will give all of us the truth one day! If Isreal and the U.S. government
has held back, one day the truth will be made known. As an American I
would like to see the truth told !!
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