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THE deadly E.coli outbreak could have been spread by terrorists, say doctors.
They fear rogue groups may have deliberately implanted the killer germ into fresh produce.
Poisoning food supplies would be the perfect way for terror groups to be taken seriously, experts believe.
Though Germany has been the centre of the outbreak, Britain could also be hit as our fruit and vegetable supply is also vulnerable to attack.
The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure has now warned manufacturers and retailers about the threat posed by agroterrorism attacks, which could lead to a widespread outbreak of serious food poisoning.
It is not thought an attack of that type played any role in the E. coli outbreak in Germany and investigations there are now focused on a restaurant in Luebeck.
Originally posted by arriana
I wouldn't trust what the Daily Star has to say, they constantly over exaggerate everything for sales. In fact don't trust any paper that dedicates its page 3 to boobs!
The Metro is almost as bad, they are usually a few days behind and simply rehash what other news sources have already reported. Can't blame them on that though, it is free after all, people only really read it on the train or the bus.
Originally posted by stevcolx
Tha's what it boils down to. Bio-engineered virus's created for depopulation................