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A post on an online forum appeared to predict the terror attack at Westminster, according to internet users.
At least one man ran over members of the public with a car before trying to stab and injure police officers. He was shot by armed police next to the Houses of Parliament.
The attack may have been flagged by a post on the 4chan forum, which contained references to its exact location. It also contained a photo, taken from the internet, of two guns.
The reference to the location was posted through a strange code. Alongside the picture, the user posted a series of dashes and dots – when translated into Morse code, they pointed to a URL, and at that page was the exact co-ordinates for the attack.
originally posted by: PageLC14
a reply to: Hazardous1408
If it's real, it slipped past IC because it was posted on 4CHAN. Do you really have any idea the crap posted on that site? I mean, REALLY? That site is full of insane, barbaric material.
originally posted by: strongfp
Only stuff like this gets posted on /b/.
Because no-one knows if it's real, fake, etc, etc...
/pol/ is to serious and heavily monitored.
I do not recommend visiting /b/ if you have not ever been.