Estonia’s Margus Kurm, a former state prosecutor and, during 2005-2009, head of the government's investigative committee looking into the sinking of ferry MS Estonia in 1994, has said in interview to an Estonian news outlet that new scenes of the shipwreck show the ship most likely sank after a collision with a submarine.
Kurm insists: “It was a collision with something large enough to create a four-meter long hole in the ship's hull.” “Considering that the tear is below the water line and considering no-one has ever mentioned that another ...
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