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Mexico scrambles to find stolen radioactive material

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posted on Apr, 18 2015 @ 04:44 AM

originally posted by: dr1234

originally posted by: Rocker2013

originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: roaland

ISIS training camp only eight miles from Texas border

You do know that if an ISIS camp was 8 miles from the US border, it wouldn't be there long as the US does have eye's in the area and ears to the ground, so finding it would be fairly easy.

Shh, they want to believe the fantasy, regardless of the fact that there was no credible source for the claim on a single right wing blog, and that there was no mention of them contacting the authorities about this supposed camp - which if true would make them liable for prosecution, withholding evidence of terrorist activity.

Really? Releasing into the public domain = withholding nowadays? I hope not, because that is absolutely ridiculous. Ever heard of freedom of the press? Has to apply here.

No, read my post.
If you know about a "terrorist training camp" you are obliged to contact the authorities and inform them of it, not make random claims about it citing unknown "sources" on a blog.
If the person who wrote that piece has done so from genuine evidence, and they haven't passed this on to the relevant authorities, they can be prosecuted for withholding information of a known threat.

If you know of someone about to carry out an attack and you instead talk about it on a blog without informing the authorities, you can and should be charged with a crime. To allow such an act to be carried out, even as a "journalist" (and no, bloggers do not have the same freedom of the press as an actual journalist) without informing the authorities of what you know is a criminal act.

posted on Apr, 18 2015 @ 04:50 AM

originally posted by: rnaa
a reply to: Sparkymedic

Last I heard (not sure how true it is) ISIS had a base 8 miles from the US border.

This should keep things interesting...


Anapra, Mexico residents, US congressman debunk ISIS training camp rumor

Thanks for that, but some people here will absolutely refuse reality and fact in favor of their Armageddon fantasies. This is the "independent media" (bulls**t paranoia) people want to "trust" in spite of the MSM. While the MSM might be biased, controlled, manipulated and so on, this doesn't mean that everything other than MSM should be implicitly trusted.

Most of this is just laziness of course. No one posting a link to something they want to believe ever checks out its validity, they just pass it off as being trustworthy.

Here's a tip guys, anyone can own a blog and anyone here could have a blog like that up and running within 6 hours.

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