reply to post by backinblack
Definitely a Ford.....
Not sure exactly where it is.....although it is the bomb
Originally posted by fooks
reply to post by sunshinesmile
when the SHTF make some room for me!
i'm in the same time zone!
COUNTER-terrorism police are on the hunt for 400kg of the same type of explosive material used to kill 92 Australians in the two Bali bombings.
The explosive grade ammonium nitrate was stolen from a freight train as it stopped to let another train pass at Glendale, near Newcastle in NSW.
The Daily Telegraph has learned NSW counter-terrorism police suspect a highly organised group used a crow bar to break specialist stainless steel seals on the carriage.
The granular substance – it looks like grey gravel – was en-route to Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, where it was to be used by miners to blow through rock.
Ammonium nitrate was the main ingredient used by the Bali bombers in both the 2002 and 2005 attacks, which left 225 people dead, including 92 Australians.
NSW counter-terrorism police yesterday confirmed they were investigating the October 6 theft but declined to elaborate.
Originally posted by muSSang
What are you talking about we have had acts of terrorism in Australia.
Sydney Hilton bombing
On 13 February 1978, a bomb exploded outside the Hilton Hotel in Sydney, which was hosting the first Commonwealth Heads of Government Regional Meeting. Two garbage collectors and a police officer were killed and eleven others were injured. The perpertators are unknown but there is evidence that the bomb may have been placed by ASIO and Police Special Branch. (If so, it was not meant to explode, but rather be found by the bomb squad that happened to be waiting nearby.)
As a result of the bombing, ASIO's powers and budget were greatly expanded. It was also a motivation for the formation of the Australian Federal Police.
Evidence of ASIO doing it hmmmmmmmmedit on 10-9-2011 by muSSang because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by gunshooter
I think ASIO has a pretty darn good handle on whats going on if there are any sleeper cells in this country. To date, ASIO have done a pretty good job don't you think?