[lit-ideas] Re: Terrorism Flashback

  • From: JimKandJulieB@xxxxxxx
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2006 14:56:48 EDT

Yeah, I would LOVE to know (as I'm sure the govt would) why Z nixed the  plan.
Julie Krueger

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So while some of you guys were telling me that I  was paying 
too much attention to terror alerts, was hysterical, and/or  
suffering from PTSD, al-Qaeda was indeed planning to attack 
my hometown.  Ah, the comfortable nihilism of the  suburbs!


Al-Qaeda  'planned US cyanide hit'

Al-Qaeda militants were within 45 days of  launching a lethal 
cyanide attack on New York's subway system in early 2003,  US 
intelligence sources suggest.

But the attack, masterminded by  Saudi militants, was called 
off by Osama Bin Laden's deputy, Ayman  al-Zawahiri.

The revelations are contained in a new book excerpted by  
Time magazine.

Unnamed US officials confirmed their knowledge of the  plot 
to the New York Times. The city's underground was placed on 
high  alert in February 2003.


Top US officials calculated  that the casualties would be 
almost on a par with the 11 September 2001  attacks.

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