Last US Navy Ship sunk? - Page 2

September 20th, 2012  
Originally Posted by Michael86
I'm a bit hazy with the dates on this one but the USS Liberty was attacked by Israeli jets during the Arab - Israeli conflict resulting in the death of 34 US serviceman and wounding several hundred more. I can't remember whether the ship eventually sunk or was severely damaged. Never the less, this was an incident that was quietly kept out of the mainstream media to which no inquiries were made on part of the Israelis.
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August 24th, 2013  
Reply to GATOR on Naval ships and boats, a boat is a vessel under 70 feet, a ship 70 feet or larger. Subs are also referred to as boats.
June 30th, 2015  

Topic: USS Liberty

The attack on the USS Liberty was very well covered in the mainstream press at the time (there was even a special issue of Life magazine on the Six-Day War with an article on the attack), and there have been reports about the allegations of cover-up on the mainstream wire services and in prominent media market outlets such as the Washington Post, Newsweek (well, it was once mainstream media), the Christian Science Monitor, and so on.

If there was a cover-up, it was not perpetrated by the mainstream media. And the Liberty was not sunk.

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