Thursday, June 19, 2008

Key Figure in USS Liberty Inquiry Dies

Retired Navy Capt. Ward Boston, who in 2002 broke 35 years of silence to say the US Navy Board of Inquiry long cited to clear Israel of wrongdoing in attacking a US Navy ship during the Six Day War was a sham, died June 11 in California. He was 84. Full article on Military.com

Full streaming docus: The Loss of Liberty & Dead in the Water: The sinking of the USS Liberty

1 comment:

celticrebel said...

A shame. Not that anyone can point any conclusive fingers, though I'm sure some Zionists breathed a sigh of relief.

However, as the admirably balanced military.com article states:
She said he ultimately died of pneumonia, which he contracted in the hospital. "He was sharp as a tack right up until they put him under sedation."

He should have stayed out of hospitals.