Skip to comments.Mystery of 14 Turkish navy ships 'still missing' after failed coup(tr)
Posted on 07/19/2016 2:47:42 PM PDT by Truth29
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain unaccounted for following the botched military coup. The commander of the Turkish navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing, having been out of contact since Friday evening. It is unclear if he was part of the coup attempt or if he is being held against his will after local media reports said he was tricked into boarding one of the missing ships after being told there was a terrorist attack.
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Afraid to return?
Seriously, this is fascinating. WHAT is going on here?
I guess they aren’t stupid and want to live.
The Hunt for Red July
Russia might need some more ships.
Sounds like a movie in the making. Check with 0dunga. If these are the non-Islamist faction of military, he’s probably had those ships sunk.
Check out the latest Bass Masters fishing tournament, they may be there........
Maybe they are hiding out on Gilligan’s Island.
Thought I saw them on Lake Mead NV. Hiccup......
Might be just a coincidence, but I just got a great deal on a large, grey yacht. Comes with its own helipad and all kinds of anti-pirate options. The only problem is the crew - they all told me they were Mexicans before going ashore and never coming back.
Scuttle the ship, strip down to your underwear, swim to Italy and say your a Syrian migrant.
Have they checked Lake Wallenpaupack?
“Afraid to return?”
Who can blame them after seeing the obviously tortured Chief of the Air Force perp walked through a crowd yesterday.
Those are NATO assets. This may be hugh and series.
They could surrender the ships to the Russians in Syrian waters and request asylum from Assad?
Propaganda coup for both Assad and the Russians.
Wow. Never saw that.
I’d say Turkey is transforming ahead of Ezekiel 38. That war seems to be not too far off in the distance.
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