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* 1996 Assessment: USAMRIID was mainly concerned with animal activists and was underestimating the risk of a terrorist threat

Posted by Lew Weinstein on March 14, 2014

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2 Responses to “* 1996 Assessment: USAMRIID was mainly concerned with animal activists and was underestimating the risk of a terrorist threat”

  1. DXer said

    FBI hunt for most-wanted domestic terrorist narrows to Hawaii
    By Jana WinterPublished March 13, 2014FoxNews.com
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/03/13/fbi-hunt-for-most-wanted-domestic-terrorist-narrows-to-hawaii/

    While San Diego has a distinctive tattoo on his chest that shows a round image of burning hillsides with the words “It only takes a spark,” and tattoos of burning and collapsing buildings on the sides of his abdomen and back, it is his behavior that could give him away. At the time of his disappearance, he ate neither meat nor any food containing animal products. The FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit believes if he has maintained this discipline, people around him may notice that he avoids consuming or wearing anything made with animal products.

    A wanted poster distributed by the FBI tells more about San Diego.

    “He is also known to cook and bake vegan and vegetarian foods and has an interest in sailing,” the poster states. “In the past, he has worked as a computer
    network specialist and with the operating system LINUX. He may be using these skills as a form of income, specifically for cash to avoid using banks, checks and credit cards.”

    Comment:

    $250,000 bounty. Wow. Those tattoos qualify him as the stupid criminal of the year.

  2. DXer said

    CFAA CYA:

    The title of the 1996 document is “Integrated Capabilities Assessment of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease,” September 1996. It once was classified SECRET but then was unclassified. It is available from PACER in the Maureen Stevens v. United States docket.

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