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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Who was transmitting on 6877.0 kHz discussion is still hanging around!
As I have stated publicly here and in other forums, the final analysis of exactly who was transmitting the taped looped warnings in English/French/Arabic on 6877.0 kHz USB early in the Libyan conflict is just impossible to do. There is just not enough concrete proof to indicate with complete confidence who transmitted those messages. One can make a case for various scenarios, but to continue to argue this on the various radio groups of who it actually was is an exercise in futility. Time to move on to bigger and better things.