UN agency doesn't rule out sabotage in undersea cable outages

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Maybe it was sabotage? Hmmmmmm

The International Telecommunications Union, a UN organization, has not ruled out sabotage as the cause of some of those undersea cable outages that plagued the Middle East a few weeks ago. The official explanation—that a ship’s anchor did the damage—apparently can only explain one outage. Essentially, the ITU doesn’t want to rule anything out just yet; no reason to cut the legs off the investigation despite the strange nature of some of the possible explanations.

In other words, it could well have been sharks with lasers attached to their heads. I’d pay money to see a news anchor read that story aloud.

Saboteurs may have cut Mideast telecom cables: UN agency [AFP/Breitbart via Drudge Report]

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