I haven’t followed this story closely, but it was the #1 story on the major media for many days. Coincidentally, it’s about football, and football has the world’s attention now.
I heard many strange twists to the story on the radio this week, including the idea that they weren’t going to release the names of the rescued children until everyone was rescued. The poor parents would just have to wait to see who one the rescue lottery.
There were other anomalies that the media had no answer for, to leave the world stuck in puzzlement. Fakeologists may leave them below.
Like the 33 Chilean miner story years back, this is a good news story for the most part. It is a made for TV drama to distract the world.
Be sure that the movie is already in the can, and will be released in a theater near you in time for Christmas.
The 25-year-old assistant soccer coach who took 12 schoolboys into the flooded Tham Luang cave in Thailand has been criticized by some for his actions, but the parents of the boys are calling him a hero for keeping their boys alive. Ekapol Chantawong, or coach “Ake” as he is known to his players, took members of the Wild Boars soccer team into the cave more than two weeks ago. Eight of the 12 boys trapped have been rescued from the cave, but five others, including Chantawong, are still inside
Not too many hoax videos anywhere.