9/11 Terror Threat

September 12, 2011 by staff 

9/11 Terror Threat9/11 Terror Threat, Summary: The White House’s Facebook page has received at least three threatening messages on 9 / 11 ‘s anniversary. The Secret Service is investigating.

Threatening messages were posted on the Facebook page of the White House on the anniversary of 9 / 11 ‘s. At least three reference positions of the events of September 11, 2001, appeared briefly before being shot down, according to NBC News:

Return U. S. A. 11/9/2011 One day only.
Let’s come to the White House or sooooooooooon.
11/09/2011 return to kill all u.

Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the agency has referred to messages from your desk internet threats, which has a specific process in place to handle the wide range of messages from the media, the attention officials, according to CBS News.

The messages come amid increased alerts about possible terrorist threat 9.11, which has been described as “specific” and “credible” but unconfirmed. New York City and Washington DC have tightened security after intelligence gathered from abroad indicates a possible threat involving car bombs, including threats and bridges and tunnels. The information indicated that three men traveled from Pakistan to the U.S. to carry out an attack, but so far the caution interviews with travelers have drawn a blank.

Scrutiny of records of airline passengers has appeared more than 100 names of interest, all of whom have been interviewed, but was not found to be part of any terrorist plot. Some, however, added that the databases, simply because the terror of their travel patterns. In addition, the FBI has found no sign of unusual purchase of chemicals needed for the car bombs around the areas of New York and Washington.

A joint FBI and Department of Homeland Security Bulletin since Thursday, said al-Qaida may be considering attacks using improvised explosive packed in the vehicles. The aim would be to avenge the death of Osama bin Laden and other key figures in terror.

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