Britain’s looted Treasure from India resurface – 48 Tonnes of Silver recovering from seabed

published on July 19, 2012

Reports from International Media confirms that, Forty Eight tonnes of Silver Bullion recovered from the bottom of North Atlantic is the looted treasure from India by Britain.

The silver was recovered from the SS Gairsoppa, which was carrying the riches from India to England in 1941 when a Nazi torpedo struck. The ship went down about 480 kilometres south-west of Ireland in waters nearly five kilometres deep.

Recovery has been made by a American exploration company.This American company will get the 80% of the profit and rest 20% UK government.

If a cop recovers a stolen item, that will be returned to it’s rightful owner. Why this is not applicabble in such colonial loots?.

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