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Chemicals that led to Beirut blast arrived in unscheduled port visit in 2013

Chemicals that led to Beirut blast arrived in unscheduled port visit in 2013

The ammonium nitrate that led to the huge explosion in Lebanese capital Beirut arrived in the city seven years ago on a leaky Russian leased cargo ship. The captain of the ship, Boris Prokoshev, said that the ship should never have stopped there. The ship was carrying 2,750 tons of highly combustible chemical from Georgia to Mozambique and was ordered to divert to Beirut to pick up extra cargo.

Tom A
Tom A
Cole.
Cole. 1 months

ammonium nitrate has a shelf life of 6 months. explain to me how it lasted 6 years.

Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 months

What absolute soft headed helmet wearers of the Lebanese port authority to allow an explosive agent to be stored in a warehouse for that long. How does someone come to work for years and look at a literal bomb and think "no, this is fine it will solve itself." Stupidity is the single most powerful force on the planet, I'm so glad I don't live in a shithole like that.

SMC Mediamakers
SMC Mediamakers 1 months

B U L L S H I T . this was Directed Energy Weapon in prep phase for 2021 project Bluebeam. Yay

Akira
Akira 1 months

I thought this was a real news app. I just watched the video of the explosion. How was a object traveling at high speeds a chemical explosion. You can see it hit and watched how thing went boom. Yet it's a chemical explosion. 🤔 Looked like a projectile to me.

CakeSorcerer
CakeSorcerer 1 months

((Sure they did))

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

Obama & Clinton probably staged them there for future use.

Kevin
Kevin 1 months

Nothing is ever taken seriously until people die...

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