he U.S. Coast Guard is interesting for data from the general public after a command middle was despatched a sequence of violent threats and hoax calls.
The transmissions have been obtained through marine band radio off the coast of Florida. The unknown perpetrator, talking in an American accent, cited hyperlinks to the Russian authorities and threatened to set off anti-submarine weapons often known as “depth charges” and shoot down planes.
The newest risk was despatched to the Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg command middle on August 13 through VHF channel 22A, the Coast Guard confirmed to media yesterday.
The mysterious particular person behind the latest broadcast appeared to be the identical one that made earlier threats that began with him saying “Mayday” 3 times earlier than speaking about “scrambling all jets we are under nuclear attack,” officers mentioned this week.
Audio of the calls was revealed to the Coast Guard web site yesterday however was not working on the time of publication. Navy Times reported it obtained a duplicate of the August 13 transmission, which lasted roughly 70 seconds and contained a sequence of weird threats.
According to the web site, a voice was heard saying: “The next time you send off any aircraft off of any aircraft carriers, or helicopters, I will set off all the depth charges in the Gulf and sink your ships… close down all airports of America, otherwise I’ll set off the depth charges.”