Feds Release Terror Planner for 2009January 14th, 2009 - 6:25 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Jan.14 (ANI): The National Counter-terrorism Center released its 2009 terrorism calendar, which national security personnel use, but is available to the public.
According to a FOX News report, the 164-page daily planner features profiles of some of the world’’s most wanted men and deadliest substances.
The calendar, which is free to the public and distributed widely to national security staff, provides pictures of terrorist leaders and important dates in the history of terrorist movements.
It even offers advice on how far away to run from bombs of different sizes.
In addition to identifying Muslim, Christian and Jewish holidays, the calendar also notes anniversaries of deadly strikes, which are often used by terrorists for so-called “commemoration attacks” years afterward.
The NCTC calls its annual handout “a prized resource for law enforcement and national security personnel” that helps them keep an eye out for foreign and domestic threats.
The planner even shows doctored photos of some suspects, including an altered image of Usama bin Laden wearing a closely cropped beard and Western dress.
It also shows the symbols of some of the world’’s worst terrorist organizations, which feature a lot of fists, guns and flags — and even a friendly bird here and there. (ANI)
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