FBI geniuses at it again

John A. Quayle blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Sat Apr 24 16:58:32 MDT 2004


         IMHO, the solution is very simple. However, our country lacks the
fortitude to carry out the plan. I agree with what Michael Savage has been
saying about this situation. We need to raid the mosques and punish the
so-called "holy men" who are fueling this jihad against the West.

         FNC's General Bevilacqua (retired) commented the other day that
"we just can't afford to start whacking clerics." (Paraphrased)

         I yelled at the TV, "why-in-@#!^-not?!?

         Believe me, Muslims wouldn't give a second thought to blowing up
St. Patrick's in New York, Pat Robertson's CBN complex in Virginia Beach or
any other Christian religious center - especially during Mass or services,
when one could expect such a facility to be crowded.

         So, Jim, you're correct in your call for mosques to be raided.
That's the least we can do.......

John Q.

At 02:42 PM 4/23/2004 -0700, Jim Nantz wrote:

>Since soon after 9-11 there have been reports of terrorists using
>computers to plan attacks. Terrorists use emails to exchange information.
>They've been rumored to hide information in what would appear to be an
>innocent website. There are ways to hide information within image files
>and sound files. The casual observer might think it's just a picture or a
>sound clip. True you can't send a geek to infiltrate a moslem terror
>cell, but when you raid the mosque and seize a computer, you can use the
>geek to check out the computer to determine what useful information it
>contains. If you're eavesdropping on a suspected terrorist's internet
>connection, you can use the geek to tell you what the suspect is receiving
>or sending.
>Del Boy for President
>On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, Dennis Putnam wrote:
> > The alleged short-handedness is in the area of counter-terrorism. You can't
> > send a computer geek to infiltrate Muslim terror cells. You guys are
> > talking like liberals. One size fits all FBI agents now too?
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