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Here’s Why The US Navy Could Not Prove A Teenager Destroyed It’s Mighty Warship

by Megan Rose (ProPublica) A military judge found Seaman Recruit Ryan Mays not guilty on Friday of setting fire to a $1.2 billion Navy ship. Mays, 21, had stood trial...

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