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Skip to comments.Threat Matrix: Daily Terror Threat - Thread Twenty-Six
Posted on 04/14/2005 4:02:23 PM PDT by nwctwx
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OPINION: Mullah Omar...is he in any type of negotiating position, anyway?
I don't think so.
Al-Qaeda witch-hunt in Pakistan's army
By Syed Saleem Shahzad
KARACHI - With the capture in Pakistan of Libyan Abu Faraj al-Libbi of al-Qaeda, wanted in connection with two assassination attempts against President General Pervez Musharraf in 2003, Pakistani authorities are stepping up investigations into al-Qaeda's investment in the Pakistan army.
Information gleaned from well-connected military analysts suggests that army officials connected with the Afghan cell during the Taliban period in Afghanistan (1996-2001) are likely to be in the firing line. Action is expected soon against several serving and retired army personnel.
N.K. has 6 (in other words that brain damaged criminally insane maniac has 6) :
Okay Godzilla...you got a big cleanup job!
Attention Ham Radio Operators.
Mark your calendars.
FIELD DAY is coming up.
On to the news now. I completely missed this story in the news.
May 5, 2005
FBI.GOV - PRESS RELEASE: "UNAUTHORIZED RADIO OPERATOR ARRESTED FOR JAMMING SEVERAL GOVERNMENT FREQUENCIES"
Los Angeles, CA
Great post as always...
"Phishing attacks take a new twist"
Published: May 4, 2005, 7:07 PM PDT
By Alorie Gilbert
Staff Writer, CNET News.com
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "Phishers are increasingly using new methods to nab sensitive information from Internet users, according to data from Websense Security Labs."
"Pharming Out-Scams Phishing"
By Michelle Delio | Also by this reporter Page 1 of 2 next »
02:00 AM Mar. 14, 2005 PT
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "First came phishing scams, in which con artists hooked unwary internet users one by one into compromising their personal data. Now the latest cyberswindle, pharming, threatens to reel in entire schools of victims."
Thanks for the reminder. Perhaps I can break a perfect streak of non-participation since 1976. I have a neighbor who loves field day activities. He invited to join him last year. My boss promptly scheduled an out of town trip to ensure that I could not.
Break the streak...
"Afghanistan - Mullah Omar and Hekmatyar not excluded from a possible amnesty"
AFP via Babelfish translation | May 9, 2005
Posted on 05/09/2005 12:30:36 AM PDT by HAL9000
Updated: May 5th, 2005 10:30 AM EDT
Home > Top News Stories
"Texas Border Sheriffs Seek Federal Funding For Increased Security"
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "LAREDO, Texas (AP) -- The threat of another September 11-style attack and spreading gang violence have united Texas sheriffs along the Mexican border to seek more federal money for security.
Members of the Texas Border Sheriffs' Coalition formed Wednesday said rural counties need more resources to fight national problems."
ON THE NET...
Note: The following text is an exact quote:
109 Terrorists, Series of Weapons Caches Snared in Iraq Raids
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, May 8, 2005 Multinational force operations netted 109 terrorists and suspects throughout Iraq today and May 7, and included finding large weapons caches.
In simultaneous operations conducted early today north of the town of Al Qaim, 54 terrorists within the circle of known terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi were captured or killed, according to Multinational Force Iraq officials today. Coalition forces also destroyed car bombs, bomb-making material and two buildings that contained large weapons caches to include hand- and rocket-propelled grenades.
Multiple sources of intelligence indicate that terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's key lieutenants, suicide bombers and a large population of foreign fighters are located in the region in and around Al Qaim, near the Syrian border.
In recent months, terrorists operating in this unstable region attacked Iraqis and coalition forces, established safe houses and helped move foreign fighters, weapons and money from Syria into Iraq.
In other action May 7, Task Force Baghdad raids snared 38 terror suspects in the Baghdad area, including two high-value targets in a series of early morning raids May 7.
The raids included getting 29 suspected terrorists in the largest strike of the day in south Baghdad. And a separate operation detained five more suspected terrorists, one thought to be the leader of a terror cell in southwest Baghdad. There, troops also found 1,000 rounds of assault-rifle ammunition in a burlap bag covered with mud.
In addition, U.S. soldiers on patrol in east Baghdad also found another weapons cache containing two mortar rounds and 10 rocket-propelled grenades.
In Babil province May 7, Multinational Division Central South forces detained 17 terror suspects during cordon-and-search operations. Iraqi, Polish, Salvadoran and U.S. troops conducted the combined operation in an area of Al Mashru, capturing anti-Iraqi and anti-coalition forces, illegal weapons and ammunition.
Elsewhere, Marines and soldiers of Multinational Force West recently discovered and destroyed hundreds of weapons and tons of ammunition found in 13 hidden caches near Al Amiriyah in Anbar province. The find was the largest in recent months in western Iraq.
Marines of 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, and soldiers of the 155th Brigade Combat Team unearthed a series of caches April 27 while they were conducting cordon-and-search operations. The caches took nearly a week to uncover, catalog and destroy.
The caches contained significant numbers of weapons and explosives that could be used in attacks on Iraqi citizens, Iraqi security forces and coalition forces. Items included more than 4,100 mortar rounds, more than 800 rocket-propelled grenade rounds, more than 100,000 rounds of machine-gun ammunition, more than 400 grenades, and several thousand pounds of different types of explosives and bomb-making material.
Some materials were buried, while others were in underground bunkers. Most of the weapons and ammunition were in good condition and ready for use.
(Based on a Multinational Force Iraq news release.)
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20 Insurgents, 9 Afghan Soldiers Die in Firefight
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, May 8, 2005 Afghan National Army and U.S. soldiers killed an estimated 20 insurgents during a prolonged firefight at an isolated compound just north of Kandahar on May 4, military officials reported here today.
The action also killed nine Afghan National Army soldiers and wounded four ANA soldiers, one U.S. soldier and one insurgent. At least five suspected insurgent members are in coalition custody, officials said. All wounded individuals were evacuated to Kandahar Airfield.
The fighting occurred during a joint operation with ANA and U.S. battalions to strengthen Afghanistan government authority in the region.
Coalition forces reported fighting with two groups of five to eight individuals May 4 inside a small walled compound. A second engagement, this time scattered around the compound, occurred as coalition aircraft responded to the scene.
Fighting reportedly died down overnight, but by early May 5 coalition forces noted resumed activity inside the compound and detained five individuals.
The four wounded ANA and U.S. soldiers were treated at the U.S. hospital at Kandahar Airfield. All five have since returned to duty.
(Based on a Combined Forces Command Afghanistan news release.)
Combined Forces Command Afghanistan
"The day U.N. killed 227,000
Why there was no tsunami warning from agency monitoring seismic activity"
Posted: May 9, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "The U.N. agency charged with monitoring seismic activity around the globe sent all of its 310 employees on vacation the week of the massive earthquake and tsunami in South Asia, preventing any possibility of warning to the 227,000 victims."
Created: 5/8/2005 8:31 AM MDT - Updated: 5/8/2005 7:36 PM MDT
"Denver police release composite sketch of suspect in fatal officer shooting." May 8, 2005.
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "DENVER - Denver Police say they have a good description of the man they believe killed one of their own. They released a composite sketch of the suspect.
9NEWS Reporter Chip Yost has a detailed update on the shooting of two Denver Police officers. 10 a.m. May 8, 2005.
9NEWS Reporter Chip Yost says two Denver Police officers were shot while working security at a private party. 8 a.m. May 8, 2005."
Donald R. Young, a Denver Police detective was killed when he was shot in the back early Sunday morning, according to police. Detective John H. Bishop also was shot, but he has been treated and released from Denver Health Medical Center. Detective Bishop was wearing a bulletproof vest, which may have saved his life. It's unclear at this time if Detective Young was wearing a vest."
I went on a 20 hour road trip to Toronto this weekend. Despite the hellish traffic jams there was an eerie lack of Canadian flags flying. I counted about 4 in six hours.
Major hassles coming back into the states. We must have fit some kinda profile. They dug through dirty cloths and even took out the spare tire. Looking for drugs or alcohol I think. And Never asked for IDs.
We all should be very concerned about who they let into the states. I think the whole "passport" thing may be a good idea. IMHO
B2W (back to work)
be gone troll!!!