Undersea Cable Cuts Could Be Sabotage

    February 19, 2008
    WebProNews Staff

More fodder for the conspiracy theorists—well, it’s hard to call them "theorists" when officials are making similar proposals.

The International Telecommunication Union says damage to the undersea cables that caused Internet and phone access outages all over the Middle East could have been the result of sabotage.

Undersea Cable Cuts Could Be Sabotage

One cable cut—the one off the coast of UAE and Oman—was been the result of an anchor, officials said in this report. But that seems a doubtful cause for the other four, considering the depth at which they lay on the ocean floor.

As a result, they’ve not ruled out the possibility of sabotage.

Just more evidence that our original theory was right: Terrorist sharks with frickin’ lasers attached to their heads.