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Seymour Hersh Investigation Unlikely To Change Narrative

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U.S. journalist Seymour Hersh published an investigation this week into the explosions on the NordStream pipeline in September last year, claiming that American divers planted explosives under three of the four pipelines during a NATO Baltic Sea exercise in the summer, detonating them remotely. Hersh also claimed that Norway was complicit in the scheme. The U.S. has categorically denied the claims, which Hersh sources to unnamed “insiders”, while Russia is hoping (futilely) that Hersh will testify in the Duma. While Moscow is relishing this media victory, we do not expect much damage to come as a result of the report. At this point, it is too late to sway Western public opinion in relation to Russia’s war against Ukraine.

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