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Whistleblower, Radar Data Appear to Implicate U.S. in Eco-Terrorism Attack

'This helicopter was present at the scene of the explosion before, during, and after the event, equipped with sonobuoy capable of triggering the explosion...'

(Ken Silva, Headline USA) A self-proclaimed whistleblower has gone public with new information further implicating the Biden administration in one of the most destructive acts of eco-terrorism in world history: the September 2022 bombing of Russia’s Nord Stream pipelines.

The Biden administration continues to deny responsibility for the attack—implausibly claiming that Russia would explode its own infrastructure—while Pulitzer prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh wrote in February about how the Biden White House coordinated with the Pentagon and CIA throughout late 2021 and 2022 to sabotage the pipelines.

On Sunday, prominent Twitter personality and political activist Kim Dotcom published a monologue about the attack that he said comes from a whistleblower.

The apparent whistleblower said he used to work with contractors at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Maryland, where they developed the Advanced Seal Delivery System (ASDS)—a covert mini-submarine designed for the Navy Seals to carry out stealthy clandestine missions.

“Even in 2001, we had the ability to program a variety of scenarios, including the sabotaging of pipelines,” the apparent whistleblower said.

“Although I did not pilot a simulated mission specifically for the Nord Stream pipelines, I did simulate scenarios of covertly sabotaging pipelines,” the whistleblower continued. “I can confirm that the United States has had this capability for decades, and the ASDS is in the U.S. inventory, fully capable of executing the Nord Stream Sabotage.”

The reported whistleblower shared open-source radar data that appears to implicate the U.S. military in the attack.

According to the data from flightradar24.com, a U.S. Navy Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk helicopter hovered over the site of the explosion before it happened. The Seahawk helicopter was designed to deploy sonobuoys, which are sonar systems dropped from aircraft that conduct anti-submarine warfare or underwater acoustic research.

The significance of a sonobuoy-deploying aircraft being near the crime scene is that it corroborates Hersh’s reporting, which alleged that Navy Seal divers attached C4 explosives to the pipelines and used advanced sonobuoy technology to detonate them.

“This helicopter was present at the scene of the explosion before, during, and after the event, equipped with sonobuoy capable of triggering the explosion,” the apparent whistleblower said.

The radar data also showed that a reconnaissance aircraft with no call sign circled the site of the explosion after the attack.

The whistleblower noted that the aircraft, a Boeing P-8A Poseidon, was flying as low as about 7,200 feet, which would give it a view of the explosion site.

“During this time, it had an observational view of the aftermath of the second wave of explosions,” he said.

Kim Dotcom’s Twitter thread also included a link to a YouTube video that was published about two weeks ago, containing similar information.

The YouTube channel where the video appears is tied to a suspended Twitter account, @leec85, but there is no other information about who is operating the channel.

Kim Dotcom added his own commentary along with the whistleblower’s information.

“I was contacted by this whistleblower and was asked to publish this thread,” he said.

“I reviewed the radar evidence, and it creates a compelling case of the U.S. Gov’t blowing up the Nord Stream pipelines,” he added. “There is no question in my mind that Joe Biden ordered this act of terrorism.”

Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.

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