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The Plot That Wasn't

Wednesday, May. 09, 2007 4:29 PM


The Ministry was closed for a couple days due to the Minister experiencing a mild case of dehyrdration.


Another tick in the Terror Plots That Weren't column comes by way of six alleged radical Islamists who had devised plans to attack soldiers at Fort Dix with assault rifles and grenades.

As with previous 'terrorist plots,' the suspects lacked rigorous military training and did not appear to be close to executing their attack. They had also been under surveillance for nearly 16 months, beginning in January, 2006, when the suspects submitted jihadist training videos to be copied onto DVD at a local store.

The arrests were made when the suspects showed up to purchase weapons provided by the FBI.

So, yet another case where we've been watching these clowns for months, where they are so clueless as to ask someone at the local photo kiosk to duplicate jihadist propaganda onto a DVD, and inevitably end up getting stung when they try to buy military-grade weapons.




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