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Government media sugar coats recent high explosive solicitation and then DHS hides the request

 
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Government media sugar coats recent high explosive solicitation and then DHS hides the request
James Smith, Contributor
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Just hours after the PPRN News published the story of the request by the Department of Homeland Security / Transportation Safety Administration, Jacob Goodwin, Editor-in-Chief of Government Security News released an article explaining how innocuous and safe this request is.

The invitation to bid is a 100% small business set-aside opportunity, and prospective vendors have until August 13 to submit their bids. Delivery of the explosives, which must be packed in bags, is required within 15 days, says the TSA notice.

The RDX and ammonium nitrate will be sent to the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City, NJ.

'TSA’s National Explosives Detection Canine Team Program prepares dogs and handlers to serve on the front lines of America’s War on Terror,' says the agency’s Website. 'These very effective, mobile teams can quickly locate and identify dangerous materials that may present a threat to transportation systems. Just as important, they can quickly rule out the presence of dangerous materials in unattended packages, structures or vehicles, allowing the free and efficient flow of commerce.'

It was as if Mr Goodwin was sent out to provide a cover for the purchase. It just seems such a safe, valid reason. Sugar coated for public consumption. Arsenic covered in chocolate will still kill, regardless how sweet the taste.

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08/09/2012 02:40 PM
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Re: Government media sugar coats recent high explosive solicitation and then DHS hides the request
That's a request for 700lbs of A-5 flake RDX AND 700lbs of high density high density ammonium nitrate?

1400lbs of highly dangerous explosives.

I think you only need a small amount, like an ounce to train with.

Smells fishy!

WTF?
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Re: Government media sugar coats recent high explosive solicitation and then DHS hides the request
That's a request for 700lbs of A-5 flake RDX AND 700lbs of high density high density ammonium nitrate?

1400lbs of highly dangerous explosives.

I think you only need a small amount, like an ounce to train with.

Smells fishy!

WTF?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13076957


I was thinking the same... Has a bad smell to it..
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