...in 1999, they ran their own flag up the mast and sailed the ship for nine days in international waters to Pyongyang. Why U.S. naval forces based in South Korea and Japan didn't move in to seize the ship then hasn't been explained. Russell, the former crew member, said senior Pentagon naval officers told a retired Pueblo commander that they were told, Hands off. Let them move the ship.
Ahhh yes, another 'legacy' of Emperor Biligula and his pathetic SecState Maddy the Dancing Midget.
posted on 09/07/2007 7:45:44 PM PDT
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What? And (them) risking the North Koreans releasing the hidden audio and video tapes of Roger Clinton in Pyongyang?
posted on 09/07/2007 7:52:19 PM PDT
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That damn ship should have been sunk, right then. If not then, sink it at the pier now.
posted on 09/07/2007 8:31:44 PM PDT
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