Re: Navy movements, Letterhead 20 March 2008. I don't know about everyone else, but I would be particularly impressed if the Navy took a fleet of ships to the Czech Republic, considering that that country is landlocked (meaning it does not have a coastline). So if Mr. Campbell is correct, I suspect that the Navy's officers are far too busy putting wheels on their ships to have time for getting involved in missile defence. I can only assume that the Coast printed his letter to allow readers to share in the laughs the editors had when they read it, otherwise I would suggest that you all return to school. First rule they teach you in Conspiracy Theory 101 is that the fictitious occurrence you use to as a basis for the conspiracy has to be plausible.

By Mike Baker

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