American soldier blinks morse code in a hostage video

Denton Jr. Blinking Morse Code 'T-O-R-T-U-R-E'

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-9 1. Rexxae commented 8 years ago

I would be ther blinking:

oh wait..
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+10 2. therob42 commented 8 years ago

I would like to know more about this video. Propaganda is a hell of a thing, great when it works against them.
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+2 3. MrG commented 8 years ago

The sound is very synced!
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+2 4. deadhorse commented 8 years ago

I don't go home you don't go home!

You mean that kind of propaganda?
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+18 5. RetroGrade77 commented 8 years ago

#2 The story is too long to leave in a comment. Look at the Wikipedia entry for Jeremiah Denton. He is being interviewed by a Japanese reporter, while held as a prisoner of war by the Vietnamese, on 2May1966. He defied his captor's instructions and verbally supported his own government. He probably used the Tap Code to blink the "torture" message, not Morse Code as is commonly said. There is a Wikipedia entry for Tap Code. #1 If you were in that prison, trust me, you would have learned Tap code. The story I heard is that an American Boy Scout saw the interview on TV and told his parents that Denton was blinking in code.
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0 6. Burimi commented 8 years ago

What will blink the Guantanamo prisoners?
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-1 7. sunnydaze4me commented 8 years ago

#6 Probably that they never had it so good.
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0 8. makbeth commented 7 years ago

#6 probably not much, wouldn't help through those sensory deprivation goggles anyway.