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Tuesday, August 31, 2004
Air Canada security
The National Post reports the theft of an Air Canada uniform "amid fears al-Qaeda operatives could be acquiring such items for a terrorist attack."
Terrorists could try to use uniforms and vehicles to evade security at airports and other sensitive sites, according to U.S. intelligence reports that noted Islamic terrorism groups have employed similar tactics overseas.
One Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report includes the May 25 theft of an Air Canada uniform on a list of "suspicious incidents" in the United States. The uniform was stolen from a vehicle in Washington, D.C.
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So, the "fascists" are the ones getting beaten by the "pacifists"? Satire is redundant.
My "peace" movement was 85% peaceful. We attracted our share of loonies, as does every group. They were outnumbered by those who brought treats for the mounted police horses and considered banging on a pot with a stick "an act of violence". Oh dear.
Posted by: Kathy Shaidle | 2004-08-31 11:34:11 AM
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