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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Terrorism in the USA

--posted by Tony Garcia on 10/11/2005

Two Saturdays ago a bomb exploded outside a collge football stadium (Oklahoma University) with 84,000 people in it. The national media has yet to properly report the incident. It was easily linkable to terrorism which is contrary to what the officials have been saying. The officials claim that the kid who blew up the bomb was a depressed loner. That is what the national media reported. Unreported was the fact that the bomb had "Mother of Satan" and shrapnel. Unreported was the boy's association with the Norman, OK mosque (which had ties to 9/11). Unreported was the attempt by the boy to enter the stadium and his fleeing when security wanted to search his backpack. Unreported was his attempt to purchase ammonium nitrate days before.

Now in Atlanta there was another bomb that was exploded.
Three explosive devices found in a courtyard between two Georgia Tech dormitories on the East Campus Monday morning were part of a "terrorist act," an Atlanta police official said.

One of the devices exploded, injuring the custodian who found them inside a plastic bag. Two others were detonated by a bomb squad.
The custodian found the three devices about 9 a.m. in a plastic-type garbage bag, Moss said. When he picked up the bag, one exploded, as it was designed to do when handled. The explosives were made up of chemicals placed inside plastic bottles and could have seriously injured someone, officials said. Numerous agencies were on the Georgia Tech campus to search for suspects.

Let's see what the national media report. Three hours after the initial reporting there is still NOTHING on msnbc.com (the above link is the Atlanta NBC affiliate) or the New York Times or the USA Today.



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