USS Liberty Attacked by Israel June 8 1967 – YouTube.flv – Video

USS Liberty Attacked by Israel June 8 1967 – YouTube.flv
Israelis waved hello at our military then suddenly began to shoot them dead. Sniping them off the decks. They could snipe them but, could not see the huge American flag the size of a building. Israel said it as an accident. Israel tried to blame it on the Arabic people in Egypt. But, our survivors knew better. They knew it was Israel.

By: Jo Wescott

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