Homeland Security 1 Terrorists 0
Someone sent me this post and I didn't belive it but sure enough its true... links to an article on it at the bottom.
Looks like the biggest terrorists in America are americans.....
It began as a misdelivered envelope and developed into the most extensive domestic terrorism investigation since the Oaklahoma City bombings. Last
month, an east Texas man pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon of mass destruction.
Inside the home and storage facilities of William Krar, investigators found a sodium-cyanide bomb cpapble of killing thousands, more than a hundred
explosives, half a million rounds of ammunition, dozens of illegal weapons, and a mound of white-supremist and anitgovernment literature.
"Without question, it ranks at the very top of all domestic terror arrest in the past 20 years in terms of the lethality of the arsenal," Krar and
his common-law wife, Judeth Bruey, and a New Jersey Militia member Edward Feltus, were arrested. All three have pleaded guilty and are awaiting
But what is typically the end of a criminal case may be only the beginning in this one. Some government investigators believe other conspirators may
be on the loose. And they readily acknowledge that they have no idea what the stash of weapons was for - though they have tantalizing and alarming
clues of a "covert operation or plan," according to an FBI affidavit.
"What was Krar going to do with this stuff? That's what we want to know - and we don't know," said Brit Featherston, an assistant U.S. attorney
and the federal government's anti-terrorism coordinator in the eastern district of Texas. "There is no legitimate reason to have this stuff. The
bottom line is that it only had one purpose, and that was to kill people. And it's very troubling that we have yet to figure it out."
Investigators found nearly 500,000 rounds of ammunition, 65 pipe bombs and briefcases that could be detonated by remote control. Most distressing,
they said, was the discovery of 800 grams of almost pure sodium cyanide -- material that can only be acquired legally for specific agricultural or
The sodium cyanide was found inside an ammunition canister, next to hydrochloric, nitric and acetic acids and formulas for making bombs. If acid were
mixed with the sodium cyanide, an analysis showed it would create a bomb powerful enough to kill everyone inside a 30,000-square-foot facility,
[Edited on 21-1-2004 by Netchicken]