posted on Aug, 9 2004 @ 01:55 PM
"Plans to attack the US include the use of limousines packed with explosives, and speedboats in New York harbour. The files also outline plans to
recruit non-Arabs, particularly South Africans, who can move more freely."
"To attack the Prudential building in Newark, New Jersey, they proposed removing everything from a black limo except the front seats and driving it
into the basement car park. The files say limousines regularly enter the building but lorries would find it harder to get in."
Government officials have said that the next attack was to be on a scale of what went down on 9-11. Unless we aren't being told something, this
doesn't seem to ring true. While these types of attacks would certainly kill some innocent civilians and possibly hurt the economy short- term, I
don't think they would be quite as devastating to our country as 9-11 was. Is Al Qaeda losing it's touch, or are we missing something here?