carl william spitzer iv
cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM
Tue May 21 12:42:48 MDT 2002
Considering the vagueness of the threat I cant see how it can be takes
seriously. Perhaps if apartment owners started profiling for muslams and
turn them in to the law.
On Sat, 18 May 2002 18:34:49 -0500 Richard A Whitenight
<rum.runner at JUNO.COM> writes:
> May 19, 2002
>U.S. Intercepting Messages Hinting at a New Attack
>By JAMES RISEN and DAVID JOHNSTON
>ASHINGTON, May 18 American intelligence agencies have intercepted a
>vague yet troubling series of communications among Al Qaeda operatives
>over the last few months indicating that the terrorist organization is
>trying to carry out an operation as big as the Sept. 11 attacks or
>bigger, according to intelligence and law enforcement officials.
>But just as last summer's threats left counterterrorism analysts
>about Al Qaeda's intentions, and believing that the attack might be
>carried out overseas, the new interceptions are so general that they
>left President Bush and his counterterrorism team in the dark about
>time, place or method of what some officials refer to as a second-wave
>attack. As a result, the government is essentially limited to taking
>broad defensive measures.
>"It's again not specific not specific as to time, not specific as to
>place," one senior administration official said.
>The officials compared the intercepted messages, which they described
>cryptic and ambiguous, with the pattern of those picked up last spring
>and early summer, when Qaeda operatives were also overheard talking
>a big operation. Those signals were among the evidence that
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