Friday, February 19, 2010

'Fort Jackson Five' Arrested For Suspicion Of Terrorist Plotting

Story here.

CBN News has learned exclusively that five Muslim soldiers at Fort Jackson in South Carolina were arrested just before Christmas. It is unclear whether the men are still in custody. The five were part of the Arabic Translation program at the base.

The men are suspected of trying to poison the food supply at Fort Jackson.
ht: Drudge


Canuckguy said...

Iy's uncharacteristic of you to say so little on this kind of story, Sentinel. Well, at some site, I pasted this excerpt"
Friday, CBS National Security Correspondent David Martin reported that the investigation began as a result of someone who claimed to have overheard other soldiers talking about poisoning the food. Martin has discovered that five soldiers were originally under investigation, but at least three have now been cleared.

Martin goes on to report that no arrests were made, although the group was brought in for questioning.

The Army Criminal Investigation Division, the group in charge of the investigation, told WLTX that, "we have not found any credible evidence to substantiate the allegations."

"While the investigation continues there is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations," the military said in a written statement.
Does seem to be any real story here thus far. Any predictions, Sentinel?

Canadian Sentinel said...

That's the typical, the usual.

Keeping it quiet. Pretending that there's nothing going on.

Automatically saying there's "no credible evidence of this, of that... there's no terrorism here".

The usual. We get the mushroom treatment again.

We know we were told there was "no terrorism" in other cases in the past, and then we found out later that there indeed was.

Stay tuned...

Canadian Sentinel said...

Ah... like I said, stay tuned...

Something just came to my attention, and they're calling it "breaking news".

Don't check the Big Old Media, thought... check back here.