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megimoo
06-16-2011, 06:17 PM
An al-Qaida-linked website has posted a potential hit list of targets that include names and photos of several U.S. officials and business leaders, calling for terrorists to target these Americans in their own homes, NBC New York has learned.

The FBI has sent out a new intelligence bulletin to law enforcement agencies, warning that this new web-based threat, while not a specific plot, is very detailed. The bulletin said the list includes leaders "in government, industry and media."

The FBI has notified those individuals who are named.

NBC New York will not identify them or their companies. The list includes Wall Street firms, political leaders, leaders with think tanks and contractors who do business with the military.

The websites contain 40 specific names, 26 of them with photos attached, and they call for posting home addresses. One jihadist called for sending package bombs to any listed address as just one possibilit

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Possible-Al-Qaida-Hit-List-Targets-Specific-Americans.html

Speedy
06-16-2011, 07:22 PM
If they want to play that game I say that Seal Team 6 should publish a list of the heads they want on a pike and then see who goes through their list faster.

KhrushchevsShoe
06-16-2011, 11:39 PM
The list includes Wall Street firms, political leaders, leaders with think tanks and contractors who do business with the military.

To be fair, most of the people on that hit list should probably be incarcerated for what happened in 2008 (among other things). Memo to AQ: If you want to destroy America go for the people who actually are good for our country.

Constitutionally Speaking
06-17-2011, 05:54 AM
To be fair, most of the people on that hit list should probably be incarcerated for what happened in 2008 (among other things). Memo to AQ: If you want to destroy America go for the people who actually are good for our country.


Most of the people responsible for 2008 work for the government.