September 11 2001

September 9, 2011 by USA Post 

September 11 2001September 11 2001, New York, on Thursday deployed extra police, including heavily armed agents after U.S. officials warned of a “credible” but unconfirmed bomb threat at the 10 Th anniversaries of the attacks of 9 / 11.

“There is no specific information, credible threat, but unconfirmed,” said Department of Homeland Security, the White House confirmed the president had ordered Barack Obama led efforts to combat t*rror*sm.

“We have taken and continue to take all measures necessary to mitigate emerging threats,” the department said in a statement.

Federal authorities in Washington, speaking on condition of anonymity, said there was a threat of t*rror*sm can affect vehicles loaded with bombs against either the capital or in New York.

Few details were given, but a U.S. official AFP said a car bomb “on top of what is sought.”

“Not enough information is specific and credible than what you have to run to earth,” the official said, adding: “. I would stress that this is not confirmed”

Although there was no immediate change in the official national threat level, the authorities of New York announced extra radical action immediately.

The police department “is the deployment of additional resources … some of them will notice and some of which do not,” said Mayor Michael Bloomberg told reporters.

City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said at the press conference that police actions were “trained in heavy weapons outside of Manhattan to meet in the city.”

Effectively change overtime would increase by one third the size of patrols around New York, with control of the ferries, tunnels, bridges and places of interest, said Kelly.

There will be an increase in towing illegally parked cars and bomb detection more raids in parking lots, and “increase the number of inspections of the bag on the subway,” said Kelly.

Furthermore, “the public can see and may be a little upset about the vehicle checkpoints at different places.”

Bloomberg said the threat was credible, but “it has not yet been corroborated. I want to emphasize that.”

Previously, U.S. military bases had raised their alert levels, but officials would not say whether this was related to the report on new threats.

The scare came just days before the anniversary ceremonies on Sunday September 11, 2001, attacks, when President Barack Obama and his predecessor, George W. Bush should be in the city, with large crowds.

The 9 / 11, two hijacked planes hit New York Center of World Trade, the collapse of the iconic twin towers, a third plane crashed into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in a Pennsylvania field as passengers overcame the hijackers.

Despite frequent threats and a series of plots do not, Al Qaeda succeeded in mounting another major attack on U.S. soil.

However, authorities have warned of a backlash after killing Al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces in May.

U.S. Navy commands located and killed Bin Laden in his hideout in Abbottabad.

According to U.S. officials, documents and computer files were seized at the premises showing Bin Laden was considering a strike on the anniversary of 9 / 11.

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