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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Originally Posted by millerandy View Post
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Where did this come from? Did someone testify that the Captain told the owner to get rid of the boat?
Second hand testimony from a shipwright whose complete honesty I would call into question. He appeared to be major trying to cover his ass yesterday and did all along. Funny he takes pictures of the rot in one part of the boat and saves a piece, yet shows it to no one not even his boss until the vessels gone down. He also claims he kept no records or diary of repair, yet the man who testified today said there are boxes of records at the shipyard.

The more I hear, the more his testimony is called into question.
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