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1Andrew-theQM
Feb 13, 7:57pm Top

Did it seem an over reaction to fire at the submersible?

2EadieB
Feb 14, 7:34am Top

No because there could be someone alive on the Kansas City.

3Carol420
Feb 14, 8:05am Top

The Barosso wasn't expecting anyone but the Navy to be at the Kansas City site. When they found out that they're weren't they took precautions to fire. I thought it was a normal reaction on the Barosso's part considering he didn't know who they were or what the were doing. True...it could have been a disaster.

4Olivermagnus
Feb 14, 9:07am Top

Probably but they were panicking at the time.

5Sergeirocks
Feb 14, 12:45pm Top

I don't suppose the Captain could take the risk of the sub being hostile. He wanted to gain brownie points from the US Navy. He'd have received nil points if he'd let anything happen on his watch.

6bhabeck
Feb 15, 5:06am Top

No, the Brazilian ship didn’t know who they were or why they were there

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