North Korean Missile Test Raises Questions About Why Allies Didn’t Try To Shoot It Down | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


North Korean Missile Test Raises Questions About Why Allies Didn’t Try To Shoot It Down

The United States and its allies knew the North Koreans had fired a missile and tracked its path over Japan last week. Sirens blared in Hokkaido, and the Japanese government urged people to take cover.

The advance warnings — with one report saying Vice President Mike Pence saw pictures of the missile a day before it was launched on Friday — raise questions about why the U.S. and Japan didn’t try to shoot it down.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because of the potential embarrassment if they tried and missed!

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or worse .....

Lokis

even if hitting a bullet with another bullet was possible there always would be the chance for an intercept creating a wee bit of wreckage falling on Japan - fake technology.

Je suis sans culotte

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