Repost of Wall Street Journal about Al-Qaeda train attack plans May 6 2011

C. B. Sashenka earlier today posted a comment with a now defunct link to the Wall Street Journal about secret documents gained from a raid on Al Qaeda prime. When I checked the link earlier it worked. Now a few hours later it does not. Searching normally gives the same WSJ URL but it doesn’t work. Then somehow I found this one:

Which seems to work. Some of the text:

WASHINGTON—A set of handwritten notes picked up by the Navy SEALs who killed Osama bin Laden prompted the government to warn of potential al Qaeda threats to the U.S. train network, the first known use of intelligence gleaned from the raid.


In an “intelligence message,” the Department of Homeland Security alerted law-enforcement officials that initial analysis of evidence seized from bin Laden’s compound shows al Qaeda hoped to attack trains in the U.S., possibly on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

According to the DHS bulletin, the terror group in early 2010 envisioned sabotaging a railway to cause a wreck […]

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One Reply to “Repost of Wall Street Journal about Al-Qaeda train attack plans May 6 2011”

  1. Most people have no idea how much is moved on the freight trains or what type of material is being moved. At any given moment there are materials in the switching yards that can create a massive disaster.

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