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Subject: Re: anthrax-Southern Poverty LC/ not by domestic hate group
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 17:43:04 -0800
Organization: IMS Netvigator
References: wrote in message
> But tkt, consider that when they announced this, at the same time
> saying an "either/or" matrix isn't useful, they were actually saying
> The form of the date suggests it was written by someone who had at
> least lived in the US for a long time.
> And so we're looking for someone with the relevant subset of skills.
> We figure he's not living with his wife, if he has one, because in our
> experience, a wife will rat the perp out every time for a cool
> Someone with this set of skills likely works in a lab.
> And we'll borrow from the letter bomb standard profile to throw in
> nonconfrontational. Note that if someone were voluble and announcing
> his deep feelings, he'd be easier to spot. See cool million point.
> They focus on a loner because it only takes one person to do the
> Now they have a profile that serves all purposes in getting whatever
> warrant they might want to get in running down any of a wide variety
> of possible leads.
> Now what they didn't announce was the bit about the New Jersey
> processor, which allowed them to arrest Yazid Sufaat and Syed Athar
> Abbas in December. And they just kept the Amtrak guys and roommate on
> ice, where they'll continue to be. and they have kept Abbas on ice.
> Here's a case study for you: consider the Swedish hijacker. Military
> security official swore that absolutely it was a hijacking intended to
> target an embassy in the US. Looking for 4 associates.
> Then a police official swears the opposite. Not hijacking. Not
> targeting embassy. Not looking for 4 associates.
> The guy, btw, had pilot training and was religiously devout.
> Do you think maybe they are suppressing the story for investigative
> purposes? So they can grab the 4 associates? It'll be interesting to
> see how it turns out. Please post any relevant articles as new facts
> I've only seen the CNN story.
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