Skip to comments.Sailor eyed in possible arson on Navy ship that burned for days
Posted on 08/26/2020 8:25:32 PM PDT by John W
Investigators believe a massive fire that erupted on the Navy ship the USS Bonhomme Richard may have been intentionally set, and a Navy sailor has been identified as a possible suspect, two Defense officials confirmed Wednesday.
The new details in the investigation of the July fire were reported earlier Wednesday by KGTV, an ABC affiliate in San Diego where the amphibious assault ship is based.
Two Defense officials confirmed to NBC News that investigators now suspect arson.
But the investigation is ongoing, and a determination has not been made as to whether the sailor is an actual suspect in the fire.
The sailor was not named, and no additional details were released.
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Very interesting ...
The motive of Akmed-Momo Mohamid bin Blowyup is unknown.
Bingo...Sabotage was my first thought when the news broke.
Make him walk the plank.
“But the investigation is ongoing, and a determination has not been made as to whether the sailor is an actual suspect in the fire.”
If they are eyeing the sailor, then he/she IS a suspect.
If tried and convicted, keel haul him.
if we’re not going to kill criminals they will keep being criminals
some shiite deserves death
and it makes some people think twice about doing the same thing
I’ll bet you a $3 bill that he was actually a rear admiral in the Greek navy.
Jealous love triangle? Has to be something like that
We need a betting pool. Was it a musloid, a George Floyd SJW? Or a homo/tranny mad bout something?
That’s possible too...
Wait for the arsonist to say that phrase...
“I was bullied!!”
I’m thinkin someone with a blood sugar attack.
I've heard the gentleman finally got out of Leavenworth a few years ago. Another reason why ALL Communists should be edited out of the system.
The ship DISSED ME!
And wasn’t there another notable case of a USN ship burning that turned out to be arson by a sailor or a tradesman working on the ship? He wanted the day off or wanted to head home early. Something like that.
3) White Supremist
If he’s guilty, he deserves life without parole, but “if” is a big word. Dr. Steven J. Hatfill can discuss that.
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