Your project is disqualified because of the three-ring binders that are on display.
Hunter Scott was watching the movie "Jaws" and one scene caught his eye. One of the captains aboard the ship told his story of being a survivor of the Indianapolis. Hunter asked his dad if the story was true and after discovering that it it was a true story, he decided to work on a project for his history fair with this topic.
During the Florida state history competition, Hunter was disqualified because of the three-ring binders that he had been presenting. It was not even his fault because his teacher told him it was okay to be presenting the interviews he had with the survivors.
In order to spread the word of Hunter and his project, he was broadcasted on TV, radio stations, and interviews forthe public to see.
Gibson: I sent the ships to go save the Indy. "Why!!!! Send them back, I am in charge!!!
In Hawaii, Hunter went on a submarine ride and received items that were Captain McVay' from Kimo, his son.
Hunter presented his ideas to congress and most of them agreed with his thinking. There was only one who didn't agree with his thinking, Steve Buyer. He said," Hunter is trying to rewrite history."
After really looking into the situation, the truth was discovered. It turns out that the Indianapolis' SOS call was received, but was ignored because they thought that it was just a trick call from the Japanese. Later when someone found out what happened, one of them ripped the sheet off of the log book in order to not be blamed. Also, once Gibson sent the ships out, the captain was playing bridge and once he got back he told the ships to come back. That mistake left a lot to die.