Monday, August 21, 2006

Moron the British Bombers

Looks like the hopes of the CT crowd that this would turn out to be another false alarm (like the poor man shot in the tubes the day after the second bombiing attempt), is going to be in vain:

Among the finds were "martyrdom videos," an apparent reference to videos in which would-be suicide bombers issued their final testaments. Clarke did not release details.

The eight men named on murder conspiracy charges were identified as Ahmed Abdullah Ali, Tanvir Hussain, Arafat Waheed Khan, Assad Ali Sarwar, Adam Khatib, Ibrahim Savant, Waheed Zaman and Umar Islam, who is also known as Brian Young.

They intended "to smuggle the component parts of improvised explosive devices onto aircraft and assemble and detonate them on board," according to the charges.

The 17-year-old is not being named, but authorities said he possessed items useful for the alleged conspirators, including their suicide notes and wills, as well as a book on bombs.

8 Comments:

At 22 August, 2006 02:47, Blogger Cassiopeia said...

Even if the accused were to film themselves tapdancing and singing 'we're gonna blow up some planes in the name of jihad' It still wouldn't be enough. Teh Gubbmint and teh Joos would have been involved because, like..the have to be, right?
Let's not hold our breath for an apology.
Keep flinging the poop, let's see if you can get some to stick next time.
Morons.

 
At 22 August, 2006 06:27, Blogger CHF said...

But they aren't Muslims; they're Jews pretending to be Muslims.

Think outside the box, man.

 
At 22 August, 2006 08:04, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

given they watched "loose change", I expect that they will claim the NWO and nasty govt is responsible. If they don't, I will be absolutely amazed.

 
At 22 August, 2006 21:31, Blogger JoanBasil said...

Remember the ricin plot? That went to trial and there was no ricin.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4433499.stm

There are already a lot of pages if you search "feasibility of UK liquid explosives terror plot"

Here's one:
http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2006/08/on_the_implausi.html

 
At 23 August, 2006 06:30, Blogger nesNYC said...

In contrast to previous reports, the official suggested an attack was not imminent, saying the suspects had not yet purchased any airline tickets. In fact, some did not even have passports.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14320452/

:D

 
At 23 August, 2006 08:19, Blogger Alex said...

There are already a lot of pages if you search "feasibility of UK liquid explosives terror plot"

You mean "there are already a lot of conspiratoids jumping to conclusions".

Christ, the least you fucktards can do is wait long enough for "the official story" to be revealed! How can you have a conspiracy when there's no government line to go against yet?

 
At 23 August, 2006 10:33, Blogger nesNYC said...

You mean "there are already a lot of conspiratoids jumping to conclusions".

Christ, the least you fucktards can do is wait long enough for "the official story" to be revealed! How can you have a conspiracy when there's no government line to go against yet?


All these "terror" scares are politically motivated and suspect BEFORE the evidence is out. It's an uphill battle for the government because they have an established track record of blowing these incidences out of proportion and faking a lot of the "facts."

But look at the story I posted. Some of the supposed liquid bombers didn’t even have passports yet. Did the thought patrol intercept their brain patterns and then make the arrests? How flimsy of a case is this? VERY!

 
At 25 August, 2006 12:36, Blogger Alex said...

I'm sorry, all I heard was "blah blah blah, I'm a dirty slut".

 

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