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Nuclear Power Plant Threat
Posted on 01/09/2002 4:34:39 AM PST by Merovingian
MSNBC reporting two law enforcement officers overcome by chemical vapor fumes upon arrival at the scene of home of disgruntles employee.
Former employee at the Saint Onofre nuclear power plant in So California under arrest, had threatened to kill many. Had a cache of more than 200 weapons, including illegal.
TOPICS: News/Current Events
Weapons include Assault rifles and noxious chemicals......
Sounds like Homer Simpson
Osama Bin Laden has made it so a lot of our own homegrown nuts are coming out of the wooodwork.
posted on 01/09/2002 4:38:56 AM PST
Already posted HERE
Sorry for the duplication!
That was a confusing headline....he's at his home? Or the nuclear power plant?
posted on 01/09/2002 4:44:06 AM PST
He was at his home, had been recently fired, had made several phone calls to the plant saying he was coming to shoot many people..At least 4000-5000 rounds of ammo, many assault rifles, other weapons.
We must have poison gas control NOW...
posted on 01/09/2002 4:51:42 AM PST
He want really going to do it if he warns them. I mean cmon. After so many office shootings we all know by now that they are "Quiet, kept to himself. Never talked to anyone."
posted on 01/09/2002 4:52:43 AM PST
LOL...CORRECTION, SAN Onofre, not Saint...
Right, obviously he is stupid, maybe that's why he was fired..
Must be Gray-out Davis didn't think his speech went to well to go over the edge like that!
posted on 01/09/2002 4:58:13 AM PST
Sheesh!! That's a lot of ammo!! I wonder if he was going to have other people with him, or what...thanks for clearing that up. :-)
posted on 01/09/2002 5:10:19 AM PST
posted on 01/09/2002 5:12:11 AM PST
Thanks for that nice addition to the post!
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