Did we do it? again

On July 8, 2006, in General, by Neil Stevens

Rob wonders why I speculate whether we blew up the North Korean ICBM. The answer is that I find it suspicious. They’ve had so many successful tests, and to have the one failure be the one that can reach us, and to have it fail so quickly, raises questions with me.

Sure, I know a long-range missile takes much more engineering than the short-range ones they’ve been lobbing over the Sea of Japan, but it’s still a question worth asking, I think. Especially in this one case, where we knew about the missile, we knew where it was, we knew it was fueled, and we could be ready for a launch at any time.


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