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+ - U.S. Navy Photoshop Propagandy Conspiracy Attempt?->

Submitted by adosch
adosch (1397357) writes "Official photos released today to the media show the USS Farragut destruction and mayhem imposed on a pirate ship that attacked a Sierra Leone-flagged tanker this week in the Somali Basin. However, I can't help myself to notice how unrealistic the photo looks at first glance, not to mention, there's good chance someone from the tanker took it, but the way the image layers look, it looks almost superimposed in places. Another striking question: where are the 'other' photos that claimed to have been taken? Could this be a digital pro-military propaganda attempt by the U.S. military?"
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