S. Korea Warns Over Retaliation For Sunken Ship And Deaths

May 2, 2010

S. Korea (ChattahBox) – South Korean officials have warned that there will be ‘punitive action’ against anyone involved in the sinking of the warship Cheonan.

The tragic destruction of the ship led to the deaths of 46 sailors as they sailed close to the North Korean border on March 26 of this year.

Officials say they have found scraps of aluminum that they believe show that the attack was from a torpedo launched into the side of the ship, though they can not yet confirm it.

While no one has been actively blamed for the attack, many believe that North Korea is somehow involved, though Pyongyang has denied this.

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