Northeast Intelligence Agency and Steve Quayle have issued warnings for this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend. With warnings abound from various sources
including the FBI, White House and independent analysists it would seem that change is warranted in the color coded system for terror threats.
However no official change to Orange has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security. Beginning with Memorial Day Weekend and V-Day
celebrations in the USA and abroad and leading up to the June 30th Transfer of Power in Iraq, 4th of July, anniversary of 9/11, the potential for
terrorism has increased significantly.
(1) PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & PRIVATE TOURS: Individuals using public transportation such as subways, trains and buses should exercise additional
diligence and be alert to their surroundings. Caution should be exercised when gathered in confined areas associated with public transportation hubs
such as train and bus stations. Individuals on tour buses are also urged to remain vigilant as these conveyances have been specifically named as
potential targets of kidnapping in recent issues of the terrorist training manual Camp al Battar.
(2) BRIDGES, TUNNELS, LANDMARKS: When traveling by car, individuals are urged to be aware on approach to bridges and tunnels throughout the US,
looking for any stopped trucks, including but not limited to tankers and closed cargo trucks at the base of bridges or tunnels. People are urged to
identify, in advance if possible, outlets or alternate routes to escape from or avoid a potentially dangerous event. Landmarks have been included in
this advisory as they have been peripherally referenced in recent forum postings and communications.
(3) MALLS, SHOPPING CENTERS: People are urged to be aware of any unattended bags, backpacks, briefcases or other unattended objects in all populated
and congested areas. Consistent with the official US government warning recently issued, everyone should be on the lookout for anyone who appears out
of place within the surroundings, especially those wearing bulky clothing that could potentially conceal explosive devices and/or chemical containers.
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