Finland's navy has bombed a mysterious object near its capital months after nearby Sweden accused Russia of operating a submarine in its waters, later found to be a Swedish [fishing boat]. The Finnish military fired underwater charges on a mysterious underwater object which it believes to be a submarine in the waters near its capital on Tuesday. Haglund said that there is a possibility that the object is a submarine, as well as that it has likely left the area.In other words, you're bombing a place where you know nothing currently exists, solely to inform the world that you are bonkers. Did anything ever exist in that spot? The picture looks like a harbor, which means relatively shallow seabed and close confines. Within a harbor it should be possible to use sonar to locate a large object like a submarine; then use divers or robosubs to take a close look. Finland has plenty of high-tech gadgetry, and could have taken these steps. All this talk about 'mysterious' and 'possibility' tells us that there isn't anything there, never was anything there. The whole mess is a pure lie.
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