Jul 212012
 

h/t you know who you are :)

U.S. — In a release sent out in May of 2012, the Department of Homeland Security warned about the potential for terror attacks in movie theaters. How convenient? And I must ask why did they even connect the theater bombing in Somalia to the US? IMO because they were paving the way as I wrote in my piece today!

This PDF is NOT suppose to be online. I’ve saved it. But many bloggers have picked up on it!

An early April 2012 suicide bombing of a theater in Somalia and a violent extremist communication advocating attacks on US theaters highlight terrorists’ continued interest in attacking such venues. Although we have no specific or credible information indicating that terrorists plan to attack theaters in the United States, terrorists may seek to emulate overseas attacks on theaters here in the United States because they have the potential to inflict mass casualties and cause local economic damage.

HS-FBI Bulletin: Terrorist Interest in Attacking Theaters and Mass Gatherings

Hmmm, my source sent this: How does a guy on unemployment saves $20,000 to buy all that gear since May 17.

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From DutchSinse:

UPDATE : license plate of the shooter was 119 RDC

Also See: It appears the FBI attempted to remove from the Internet a warning from 2 months ago that theaters would be attacked. Cover-Up? FBI Theater Attack Warning Memory-Holed

So in closing Dear Feds, try your camPAIN of terror…We Will Not be Silenced!

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  1. [...] the same period he abruptly dropped out of graduate school and we found out yesterday DHS withheld a terror warning about the potential for terror attacks in movie theaters,. All in the same time [...]

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