That is more like it:
Fury also confessed to activating a fire alarm on June 19. The May 23 fire aboard the USS Miami caused $400 million in damage.July 28: I be on vacation for a week beginning today and out of internet or cell phone range.
..."because his case was still pending trial and results of toxicology tests were not available... does that mean they got his blood and could do extensive blood testing for an assortment of drugs?
...I'd still say a big fish associated with the shipyard got him that job...if he was black I'd say it was a cousin's kid of Obama that got for the job. This guy is a good employee mixing all them drugs with huge doses of alcohol.
Suspect in USS Miami fire was arrested for alleged DWI
Posted July 27, 2012, at 12:45 p.m.
DOVER, N.H. — A man charged in the submarine fire at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard was arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated last month.
The Portsmouth Herald said Friday that 24-year-old Casey James Fury was arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated and striking a parked car while in the midst of an investigation into his ties to a fire on the nuclear submarine USS Miami.
Fury was arrested by Dover police on June 14 after a patrol officer observed him driving erratically. He was charged with DWI-second offense after an accident.
...I am just saying these Federal prosecutors are lazy, incompetent and unethical. The indictment doesn't including all the information that might weaken, indict or impeach the testimony of Fury. Obliviously there are unknown and unindicted co-conspirators with the false fire alarm and fires, the federal prosecutors are using selective evidence in the indictment, and there may be reason to believe Fury is a patsy.
.Isn't it strange the indictment doesn't admit we ask Fury if he pulled the false alarm on June 19 fire alarm and he denied he pulled it...
...Fury so called admitted to setting two fires in his indictment... the $700 million dollar fire and alcohol swipe fire on the fire proofed white wood. The indictment doesn't mention the false fire alarm and thus Fury did not pull it.
Retired Navy Capt. Peter Bowman of Kittery, Maine, a former commander of the shipyard...
Bowman said it is possible the Navy will have to tighten some of its hiring procedures, but he noted the shipyard needs some relatively low-skilled, but trained individuals to do certain rudimentary jobs. Fury was a painter and sandblaster at the shipyard, according to court documents.
It seems to me that the younger generation (doesn't) display the rather rigorous ethics and common-sense standards that people from previous generations had. In other words, you didn't have to be told you don't light fires because you want to get off early to see your girlfriend," Bowman said
“He explained that he was taking Celexa for anxiety and depression, Klonopin for anxiety, Ambien for sleep and Xertec (sic) for allergies,” according to a criminal compiaint filed against the painter, Casey Fury, of PortJun 18, 2012 message 20
I did this as logging...I have zero control of my message once I put it up topix. It is a auto logging device where I can't falsify the date or the message. You better be careful questioning me on the veracity of my own quotes cause I usually got it recorded in a trustworthy place and date stamped where I have absolutely no control of the message once submitted. You are right, in blogspot I can fiddle with anything in my blog...times and dates. I suspect they take a pictures of my blog on a daily bases and they can verify anything I say.
"Like i said with additional fires and false alarms, a nuclear submarine saboteur is playing with the Navy department investigators."
"He is being held at an undisclosed facility in the interim."
"Rumors at the bars in Portsmouth say al Qaeda destroyed a United States fast attack nuclear submarine. That is the chatter on the internet.
"How about a new thrust with the Yemen al Queda...a Somali undocumented or falsified shipyard underwear incendiary bomber painter, cleaner or trash can emptier?
I was the first one in the USA who called this sabotage?
Suspect charged with arson for sub Miami fire
UPDATED AT 6:04 p.m. ET: SOFIA, Bulgaria -- An explosion on a bus carrying Israeli tourists at an airport in Burgas killed at least six people and injured 32 others, Bulgarian authorities said. Bulgarian officials could not confirm the deadly blast was terror-related but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran.
By Sam Fellman - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Jul 23, 2012 10:43:55 EDT
"Iran is responsible for the terror attack in Bulgaria, we will have a strong response against Iranian terror," said Netanyahu in a statement, according to Haaretz, an Israeli newspaper.
Update 6/21: Naval investigators are the best in the world. They are exposed to numerous and enormous problems and this make them highly seasoned. These guys have seen everything. The navy is a huge organization and just is a lot of big moving part. So why in the beginning they tell us it is a three week investigation and now into a 3 month investigation? Does it indicated they recently found something humongous.
Like i said with additional fires and false alarms, a nuclear submarine saboteur is playing with the Navy department investigators.
Originally published on 6/1/2012
By Deborah Mcdermott email@example.com
June 21, 2012 2:00 AM
KITTERY, Maine — U.S. Navy officials said Wednesday that it will be several more months before the investigations into the USS Miami submarine fire are complete.
The Judge Advocate General manual and the safety investigations will not be completed until late summer or early fall, said Gary Hildreth, public affairs officer at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
In the days after the May 23 fire, Navy officials said the investigations should take only two or three weeks to completeUpdate:THE BOMB:
"1600 31 May: Word on the street is that the cause of the fire may have been something hot getting sucked up into a vacuum by a shipyard worker, which was then left on the boat at the end of the shift."
The word I am getting is it was a time delayed incendiary device...somebody brought in the vacuum cleaner incendiary bomb on the ship. Nobody in their right mind would think a fire like came from a metal covered 25 gallon industrial vacuum or a smaller home style vacuum that wouldn't have enough juice in it.
It had to be a accelerant or high test incendiary chemicals...with the incendiary bomb strategically placed to get the fire going big time.
They knew for the terrorist's incendiary bomb to destroy the sub, the whole deal would only work in a time when the ship was mostly abandoned. Dinner time.
They thoroughly knew the daily flow of work in a overhauling nuclear submarine.
And they planned the incendiary bomb chemicals and timing device would remain undetectable after a fire?
Well, to infer it was a terrorist event, but have no direct fingerprints on it...
I wonder if there was prior warning this was going to happen, but the government dismissed it?
Did Iran attack us?
OBama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran
How many of these have you seen?
USS Iowa turret explosion
After most of the water was pumped out, the corpses in the turret were removed without noting or photographing their locations.
Morse directed a cleanup crew, supervised by Lieutenant Commander Bob Holman, to make Turret Two "look as normal as possible". Over the next day, the crew swept, cleaned, and painted the inside of the turret. Loose or damaged equipment was tossed into the ocean. No attempt was made to record the locations or conditions of damaged equipment in the turret.
"No one was preserving the evidence," said Brian R. Scanio, a fireman present at the scene. A team of Naval Investigative Service (NIS) investigators (the predecessor of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS) stationed nearby on the aircraft carrier Coral Sea was told that their services in investigating Iowa's mishap were not needed."They got to paying off the on scene ship yard workers, throwing a military high security fence around this, warning the on scene sailors you will go to jail if you squeal. Rumors at the bars in Portsmouth say al Qaeda destroyed a United States fast attack nuclear submarine. That is the chatter on the internet.
It could be a disgruntled shipyard worker or sailor who sabotage the ship. Does the navy has history of suspicious fires in the shipyard?
How about a strategy of the shipyard itself with approaching Navy cutbacks...expand the scope of work on this sub through sabotage?
The Navy is declaring the cover up has within a days or two of putting out the fire.
..."Snowe said McCoy told her the heat damage was such that "they may not even be able to determine the cause of the fire."
..."She said there's a "critical shortage" of submarines in service, a fact McCoy reiterated in discussions with her."
..."Snowe says it is believed to be the most serious fire ever at the shipyard, and possibly the worst on a Navy nuclear sub."
Whitehouse said when he first arrived at the Miami, there was some light smoke coming out of the submarine and the ship's crew had been dealing with the fire. He said his firefighters located the fire in the front of the sub and on the middle deck of the submarine's three decks, but it quickly spread to the upper deck. At one point, flames were shooting out of the forward hatch.
It's a whole different beast,” Spinney said, adding despite the metal components, submarines have a lot of flammable material — like insulation and other items — which fueled the fire.
Mayor Eric Spear met Tuesday with Capt. Bryant Fuller, commander of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, to discuss the submarine fire of May 23. Markel said he was told smoke from the sub was toxic.And you know, with our extremely flammable inside hull sprayed on thermal and sound deadening foam and electrical cabling... the cornucopia of the extremely flammable environment we created for our heroic submariners through the profits oriented and funding starvation with building out our fleet of nuclear submarines. Our fleet operations of nuclear submarines would be decimated with prolong emergency related rework costing billions of dollars over the fire.
Navy Times June 1, 2012
"Unofficial reports indicate the fire burned at very high temperatures inside the ship.
"Temperature “readings on the hull during the fire were very high,” said one source with knowledge of the incident. “It was indicative of an incredible fire on the inside.”
"The intense fire could have buckled hull frames or weakened the pressure hull, and the cost of repairs could be prohibitive."
"If the submarine cannot be returned to active service, it would become the first submarine and the first nuclear ship lost through a U.S. shipyard accident."
"...Miami could become the first ship lost in a U.S. naval shipyard since the 19th century."The Portsmouth Navel Shipyard has been implicated in two terrible accidents. The destruction of the fast attack submarine USS Thresher and now the USS Miami. Gets you to wondering what the reputation of this shipyard is to the Navy, what the sailors think of the quality of the Portsmouth shipyard ships.
I don't believe a word of the Navy with their guess on their recent GW fire. You notice the GW was constructed around the same time as the USS Miami. They are both east coast ship builders but different corporations. I believe a motor or cable overheated and caught fire on the GW. Maybe a spontaneous combustion of a barrel of old rags. The general combustibility of the ship materials overwhelming the crew of the ship much like the USS Miami. The illegal cans of oil and butts was just was a product of a fire started somewhere else and caught up in the material negligence of the Navy. In both fires we are talking about approaching $1.5 billion dollar of lost taxpayers monies and we have no idea of the magnitude of other fires in Navy ships that might be related to ship general material fire combustibility.
Flames were initially spotted near the auxiliary boiler room and air conditioning and refrigeration space in the rear of the ship. The safety of the ship's nuclear reactor was not threatened.
As far as the exhausted state of the Navy, a sailor's death on the USS Essex, and later the collision with the oil tanker USNS Yukon with the Essex.
“How far has the rot spread?’
With a looming hull swap, how much of an attitude that this-won’t-be-my-problem-much-longer existed amongst the crew?” he asked.1) Considering the history of the US Navy gaming investigation, I request a professional out side the Navy investigation of this incident.