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Posted on 07/01/2007 7:54:22 AM PDT by Sub-Driver
Police Blow Up Car At Hospital
Updated: 15:47, Sunday July 01, 2007 Police have carried out a controlled explosion at the hospital where one of the alleged car bombers is being treated.
A suspect car was blown up by police in the car park of the Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, Sky News correspondent Rona Dougall said.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.sky.com ...
Car suicide gang blitz Scots airport Hero cop takes on human fireball
A BRAVE off-duty policeman uses a fire extinguisher to hose down a suicide bomber who attacked Glasgow Airport yesterday.
This is kind of a strange way to deal with it.
1st Cop: “There’s no explosives in this vehicle.”
2nd Cop: “Really?”
1st Cop: “What shall we do?”
2nd Cop: “Well let’s just put some of our own in it.”
1st Cop: “Right-O chap! Then we’ll blow the bugger up!”
“Apparently, the local media and cops are doing a good job and pulling no punches about who is responsible for this near tragedy.”
It is about time, isn’t it?
Melanie Philip’s “Londonistan” should be required reading for those folks.
Bad guys may be thinking their buddy might still be alive. (which is possible)
“Where you have a massing of an immigrant population like this, you are not on the road to assimilation, IMO. You are on the road to national disintegration.”
I agree completely with your opinion, which is backed by reality.
Daniel Pipes had written an excellent article basically saying what you just wrote.
Muslims have been here in the U.S. since the early 80’s, yet did not push for footbaths, prayer rooms, special preference, etc...until recently.
Muslims have stated quite clearly that their goals are to make the U.S., (indeed, the world), islamic. History has shown that they bide their time in order to sufficiently build up their numbers, and strength, in order to “make their move”.
Aren’t we seeing that the time is now?
” Did this not happen?? Or are they really downplaying it?? “
FNC has not mentioned this story for over a half-hour, now...
They haven’t ‘retracted’ it, as far as I know — it’s just dropped out....
Can anyone out there confirm - or at least second-source this story??
It may just be bogus.....
Give him an ice pick, and let him use that to put out his own fire.
The number 1 name for boys is now Muhammud! No Joke!
It does not appear the policeman and the other guy is that concerned about a suicide vest in the pic.
Seems like lots of people keep hoping much of this story is bogus. When the Glasgow story broke, people (even here) were mostly dismissing it as some junker with an overheated engine. Turns out it was quite un-bogus after all. Then when the bomb belt was found, some tried to say that was just hysteria, but that, too, was most un-bogus. Give this one some time—so far the reporting has been very good, and I doubt this one is bogus. It’s possible that they’re not mentioning it for good reasons—just as the authorities over there have been quiet about other aspects of this case.
I’m guessing they would use explosives.
You can barely see the perp, so you can’t tell. Someone called it a “bomb belt” not a “vest” so maybe it was more compact that what we see in Gaza.
We need an ADF. That way if a guy comes running in on fire and falls down on all fours, there’s a decent chance a defense force member is nearby to put a bullet in their brain.
One is too many.
” Seems like lots of people keep hoping much of this story is bogus. “
Believe me, Miz — I am one of the most vocal detractors of the “Nothing to see here - move along, folks” crowd... (I just might have possibly coined the use of that particular phrase in the context of terrorism-deniers, on the OU bombing live thread back in ‘05)
Something just feels ‘off’ about this one particular incident. (ie - “Police Blow Up Car At Hospital”)
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