Nov 10, 2010
“A shot over the bow,” is what some in America’s intelligence community are whispering under the stunned media’s demands for answers.
And if the United State’s Navy is telling the truth, heads will roll among some of the Pentagon’s brass for permitting a foreign enemy vessel to breach U.S. sovereign territory and send a chilling message to the American government.
Make no mistake. The missile, launched approximately 35 miles from the city of Los Angeles and north of Catalina island about 5 PM PDT, came from an offshore submarine.
Watch video report here: VIDEO
Perhaps the navy had an accidental missile launch? Well maybe. If so, they will not be able to continue to cover up the mishap for very long.
But another more frightening scenario is being discussed by insiders at Homeland Security and the super-secret National Security Agency: North Korea has rattled its saber again—this time with a very, very large missile launched from a Sang-O class sub modified to carry a missile or towing a missile launching sea sled. A sea sled missile launch platform was first perfected by Nazi Germany in WWII and planned for use in the closing months of the war against New York and Washington, D.C.
This article was posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 5:06 am