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RCMP investigate possible threat to athletes at Whistler

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posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 10:20 AM
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RCMP investigate possible threat to athletes at Whistler


www.ctvolympics.ca

e routines for entry into the athletes village outside Whistler remained unchanged Saturday, after a RCMP investigation into suspicious notations on a map of the village failed to turn up anything.

Jaan Kallak, the wax technician responsible for waxing the skis of the Estonian biathlon team, said Saturday in an interview the athletes' accommodations feel "very beautiful, very safe."

If there was added security at the athletes village, Mr. Kallak hadn't noticed it. "No, no difference," said Mr. Kallak, who lives at the village with the Estonian team.

The map was discovered Thursd
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posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 10:20 AM
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So they didn't find anything apparently, but there were "notations" that were cause for concern.

I wonder exactly what those were?

Is this the beginning of the False Flag attack some have predicted during the olympics? Or just a minor security glitch that has been taken care of.

Also somebody in the article is quoting as saying that by making the threat public, you actually hurt the investigation, or instill fear into people.

Would you all agree? Or is transparency the best way?

~Keeper

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posted on Feb, 22 2010 @ 10:22 AM
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Also somebody in the article is quoting as saying that by making the threat public, you actually hurt the investigation, or instill fear into people.


My opinion is that by making these useless threats public on the media, they are attempting to generate or manifest a situation.
by making the public believe something, making it real.



posted on Feb, 22 2010 @ 10:25 AM
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It was probably just somebody doodling on their map while trying to find the hotdog stand.

All this jibber-jabber about a false flag attack . . . it's Canada for Christ's sake.

Ain't gonna happen there.



posted on Feb, 22 2010 @ 10:59 AM
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Originally posted by GoalPoster
It was probably just somebody doodling on their map while trying to find the hotdog stand.

All this jibber-jabber about a false flag attack . . . it's Canada for Christ's sake.

Ain't gonna happen there.


On 9/11 our the Pearson airport stopped a plane being taken. Baggage handlers who had gotten ahold of security passes and were going to take a plane. The missing cards were noticed, and the place was put in lock down, the men found and arrested.

You'll have a hard time finding information on it. The gov. did an excellent job on everything about it under by 2 days after the fact when everyone was still mostly looking at what happened in NY.

Canada is on the top of the list for attacks by Al-Qaeda ops. There is currently a trial happening putting some in jail.

Most of the USA petroleum come from Canada. Making out pipelines and head offices of serious concern for security of intracontinental energy security.

I could name other things, but this should be enough your assumption is wrong.

[edit on 2010/2/22 by Aeons]



posted on Feb, 22 2010 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by GoalPoster
It was probably just somebody doodling on their map while trying to find the hotdog stand.

All this jibber-jabber about a false flag attack . . . it's Canada for Christ's sake.

Ain't gonna happen there.


Your probably exactly right. RCMP should know better then that.

*facepalm*



posted on Feb, 23 2010 @ 12:25 PM
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From the experiences , it's my opinion that the RCMP around the city of Vancouver, happen to the very corrupt. And are the main traffickers of illegal drugs in Vancouver. They are up to no good.




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