Terrorism Not Ruled Out in USS Fitzgerald Crash

Military officials are not entirely convinced that the collision between the battleship USS Fitzgerald, and a Japanese cargo ship was just an accident. Upon looking at further details and piecing together all the facts, they are considering the possibility of it being both intentional and a terrorist attack..

First of all, the cargo ship made a U-turn prior to hitting the USS. A U-turn in which the company who owns the cargo ship denies happening. They also say the incident happened nearly an hour before the US Navy reported it.

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The cargo ship also conveniently hit at the exact area were there would have been a hundred or so sailors sleeping. The cargo ship hit so hard that it created a ten foot gash, and the Fitzgerald came extremely close to sinking.

The US Navy lost seven sailors in the collision. Their names are as follows:

Dakota Kyle Rigsby
Xavier Alec Martin
Shingo Alexander Douglass
Nico T. Truong Huynh
Noe Hernandez
Carlos Victor Ganzon Sibayan
Gary Leo Rehm Jr.

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