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Skip to comments.Threat Matrix: Daily Terror Threat - Thread Twenty-Eight
Posted on 07/11/2005 8:12:04 PM PDT by nwctwx
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US kept in the dark as secret nuclear deal was struck
Sorry to hear about your friend's grandson. Phoenix is a rough city with lots of gang activity. When we lived there, it was common for cars to be stolen from driveways and then car-b-qued (set on fire).
Series of suspicious finds ground SWFIA flight
FORT MYERS A series of suspicious finds led to the grounding and search of a plane at Southwest Florida International Airport Wednesday afternoon.
Officials say three passengers aboard a jet bound for JFK were questioned by TSA and FBI officials after cash, aircraft diagrams and notes in Arabic were found in luggage connected to them.
Atef Wahba, his wife Alice Wahba and Anthony Donato were all questioned at SWFIA as most of the rest of the passengers boarded the jet and continued on to New York.
A records check yielded a Brooklyn address for the Wahba's. The relationship between the Wahba's and Donato, if any, has not yet been disclosed.
The three have reportedly been released. (snip)
Woman attempts to open plane door in flight
A woman on board a United Airlines flight tried to open the rear door of the airplane while on final approach to Sea-Tac, said airport spokesman Bob Parker.
Flight 1195 en route from Denver was flying at 4,000 feet when the woman got up out of her seat and walked to the back of the plane. A flight attendant told her to sit down, but the woman twisted the handle on the rear door, Parker said.
A warning light illuminated in the cockpit, but the door did not actually open. The woman eventually sat back down, and police arrested her as she exited the plane at Sea-Tac airport.
Police booked the 52-year-old woman into King County Jail for investigation of first degree malicious mischief. She could also face federal charges. Investigators are checking to see if alcohol or prescription medications might have been involved.
Is this article referring to the crashed plane from yesterday in Toronto????
I was just thinking of her as I read some old posts today.
8/6 is also my birthday too, of course I won't say what year. Also, my brother's birthday is 9/11. I was talking with an engineer of a water department last Friday. According to him they, those in the know, are plenty concerned about something big and have been preparing. 8/6 was one of the dates of concern that they were given.
And the petifiles are free. What a suck ass country. Excuse me I must be a lady.
Meant to ping you to #3325
Please let me have one week of a vacation without disaster. I am home all year and this is the one week I am getting the hell out of PA. PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!
Happy upcoming Birthday to you. :-)
Regarding the engineer of the water department...
yet another disconcerting 'dot'.
Is this in California?
The three have reportedly been released. (snip)
Of course, isn't it typical we have drawings of aircraft in our possession when we board our flights? The indignity of it all....(groaning). Oh well, there's always the next flight.....or the one after that!
Keep reading. LOL
Let me know what you think of post #3325
This is a map of Asia with Avian Flu outbreaks in birds by date, posted by penguinzee on the Agonist.org website, Infectious Disease forum.
YESLAM is a profound yet gentle message in a bottle for her, for him, and for all who
long for inner peace, serenity and blessings in the wonderful world of fragrant bliss.<<<
From "the concept" in your link.
They sure hired a person good with words.
But, I thought their bliss came with the explosion?
My thoughts on the perfume purchased in London, is that it
will be used to hide the odor of the anthrax, or cyanide.
You do not run from a broken bottle of perfume, so will get the full dose of bio.
Nor do you spend $2,000. for metal perfume bottles, when the dollar store will have them, and they know how to use nails.
That has to be to hide the 'odors' of chemicals.
As my memory goes, it was several different names of perfume.
What would happen, if I on the subway, accidently dropped my purse and the bottle broke?
Ok, some of us can't take that much perfume and we will leave, but many will simply stand there and smell it.
Sorry that I don't have all my thoughts in one package, but to go on with the cover up thought.
NO-NO is no longer allowed in the house.
When you did not jump to her needs/wants, she would pee in my purse......on money, checks on the way to the bank, I mean fill it up.
For months, the inside of my purse smelled like Avon's Imari
cologne (Oriental fragrance). It covers that strong cat urine very well.
People took my money and thought it was only spilled cologne.
Happy Birthday JP! Drop us a line and let us know how you are doing.