Lost sailors’ story doesn’t add up

Lost sailors’ story doesn’t add up

The women also said they had six forms of communication that all went dead. “There’s something wrong there,” Johnson said. – New York Post

Experts say some of the details of the women’s story do not add up.

“We asked why during this course of time did they not activate the EPIRB. She had stated they never felt like they were truly in distress, like in a 24-hour period they were going to die,” said Coast Guard spokeswoman Petty Officer 2nd Class Tara Molle, who was on the call to the AP with Carr.

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  • During the post-incident debriefing by the Coast Guard, Jennifer Appel, who was on the sailboat with Tasha Fuiava, was asked if she had the emergency beacon on board. Appel replied she did, and that it was properly registered. – New York Post

The world walks in deception – decieving and being decieved.

Blessed are those who follow Jesus – they walk in all Truth.

Rather, we have renounced secret and shameful ways; we do not use deception, nor do we distort the word of God. On the contrary, by setting forth the truth plainly we commend ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God. And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. (2 Corinthians 4:2-3)

Warning:

Individuals of this world live so many lies full of deception that if you follow Jesus close enough, only living and telling the Truth, these individuals will think you speak a weird language.

So twisted are unbelievers, whether they claim to follow Jesus means nothing, that many often think Truth-tellers are the liars because to liars the words of Truth appear to be lying.

Yet because I tell the truth, you do not believe me! (John 8:45)

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(nypost.com)—“We asked why during this course of time did they not activate the EPIRB. She had stated they never felt like they were truly in distress, like in a 24-hour period they were going to die,” said Coast Guard spokeswoman Petty Officer 2nd Class Tara Molle, who was on the call to the AP with Carr.

Carr also said the Coast Guard made radio contact with a vessel that identified itself as the Sea Nymph in June near Tahiti, and the captain said they were not in distress and expected to make land the next morning. That was after the women reportedly lost their engines and sustained damage to their rigging and mast.

Experts say some of the details of the women’s story do not add up.

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