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Friday, January 12, 2007

Suspicious Incidents at the Nation's Airports

Washington, DC (TLS). Sources in the nation's counterterrorism task force are reporting that a Saudi news agency has information pointing to suspicious incidents in U.S. airports. According to the Saudis, strange people have been noticed watching restricted areas in airports across the country, including Chicago's O'Hare.

Counterterrorism reporter Oliver Guitta is reporting that the Saudi daily 'Al Watan' reported that the strange occurrences include the theft of several airport vehicles in a number of airports, including the theft of a United Air car in Chicago's O'Hare Airport.

A similar attempt to steal an airport vehicle was reported in Buffalo, New York.

Airport officials across the United States have reported to the U.S. Homeland Security Department that strange persons have been seen watching restricted areas at various airports.

These incidents are enough to raise questions, among the Saudis at least, about a possible terrorism scheme being devised that targets multiple airports within the United States. So far, however, none of this has been reported in the national media in the States.

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