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Originally posted by phreak_of_nature
Other then that, there's not many other targets in New Mexico. So why us?
Originally posted by deeprivergal
The story states that the anonymous official would only name NM and CA, but there were other western states that the warning was issued for.
Originally posted by Mirthful Me
A Phreak Less Traveled??
Peter Olson, a spokesman with the New Mexico Department of Public Safety, said the FBI had contacted state officials about possible terrorist threats in the state.
He said the FBI asked New Mexico officials to be extremely vigilant and the state has passed the warnings over to its appropriate agencies. But he said the state has not changed the way it provides domestic security because of the FBI warning.
Originally posted by Codemaster_01
I disagree that Los Alamos is a "hard" target. It is not. I have visited there and was amazed at the lack of security throughout the city. I had no difficulty whatsoever talking with workers at local coffee shops and no difficulty getting near sensitive installations (for photos).
The most sensitive areas of NASA at KSC on the coast of Central Florida is a hard target but I haven't seen anything in NM that would be difficult to penetrate.
NM is as perfect area for a disruptive destructionist as any I've ever seen. The only easier and logical areas I can imagine are most seaports. I would be glad to accompany Mr. Olson (NM Dept of Public Safety) around the community any time he wishes.