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*Report: U.S. Intel Officials Warn Wall Street Execs of Al Qaeda Plot*
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[quote:Dead Sunlight:MV8xMzQ2NTgxXzIyMTczNjMzXzc5N0NBMjFE] I wonder if this is related to the Jackwagon-Informer threads. If a domestic terror cell stole bio/chem weapons to attack the US, I imagine they would use it on wall street. But, they would tell the sheeple Yemen. Right like Yemeni's are sophisticated enough to carry out a bio attack half the world away. They just want their gov changed. [/quote]
.S. intelligence officials reportedly have warned executives at major Wall Street banks that they may be targeted in a terror plot by Al Qaeda militants based in Yemen.
Large financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs, Citibank, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, and others have been briefed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Joint Terrorism Task Force and New York Police Department about the nature of the threats, WNBC-TV reported late Monday.
Intelligence analysts said they were concerned Yemen-based militants may try to send package bombs or biological or chemical agents to bankers in the mail, a threat that has led authorities to urge the companies to increase security in and around their mailrooms.
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