You may recall that in February there were several undersea cable outages causing many to speculate that a plan was a foot. Well, at least two of the trouble makers have been caught using satellite imagery. The Korean ship ponied up the $60,000 as compensation, although there is no mention of how the cables was severed. The Iraqi vessel however is not going to be easy. The company that owns the ship apparently wants the crew to go down with it as they have not paid any fines and the crew will be going to trial soon. There are still three other cable events that need explaining.
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