Sunday, August 01, 2004

NEW YORK (AP) — New intelligence that the Al Qaeda terrorist network plans to attack financial or international institutions in New York City has prompted police to urge extra security precautions at various city buildings.

The warning, announced Saturday night, didn't say how the attacks might be carried out or when they might occur.

But ABC News, citing anonymous sources, reported Saturday night that Al Qaeda planned to send terrorists across the Mexican border into the United States, and that suicide attacks were being planned in the city, possibly using trucks.

The network said attacks may be planned between now and Election Day on Nov. 2. The Republican convention begins in New York on Aug. 30.

Oh look...my bullshit detector just went off.

Couple this with the capture of a "top Al-Queda operative" who isn't & the very small anouncement that information supplied by a captured actual Al-Queda agent a couple of years ago (information that the White House used to promote the Iraq war) has now been recanted, and I have to ask...why is nobody screaming? Why are we all just nodding our heads, going, "Yeah, that's about right. Gov't lied, continues to lie, and is crying 'Wolf' nearly every damned day to keep the populace frightened and willing to vote the warhawks in for a second term."


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