THAILAND — A dozen boys and their soccer coach went missing on June 23 after entering the Tham Luang Nang Nom cave system in northern Thailand, prompting a rescue mission that lasted almost an entire month.
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How do you dare to make a video like this while ignoring the basic fact that the boys did not swim on their own, but were anesthetized, given full face masks, then wrapped in skeds, which are a type of rescue stretcher, then pulled and carried out during an eight hour journey?
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