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Friday, February 17, 2006

The Game of Terrorism

Once again, the "un"Newspaper of the Twin Cities, "City Pages" puts to print what the two main dailies fail to be able to do. That being, putting out a story that deserves national attention for its importance and its relevance.

If this THIS LINK
does not take you directly to the story, get there via their main link, City Pages and find the story titled 'Bin Laden's Game', by Steve Perry.

Mr. Perry interviewed former CIA analyst and author Michael Scheuer, a man with extensive knowledge and experience in Osama Bin Laden, and Bin Laden's culture with regard to terrorism, what Bin Laden said in his video tape message last month, and what potential danger Bin Laden may have in store for the United States:

Some excerpts:

Mr. Scheuer discusses the possibility of Bin Laden obtaining his nuclear material from Russia or a former Soviet bloc state. Impossible, you think? Think again. Everything is possible and attainable to the highest bidder, and one thing on which we can all agree is that for Bin Laden, money is not an issue.

It is an interview that should make the hairs on your neck stand up with fear.

Kudos City Pages, for publishing the stories that real newspapers should be publishing, but simply don't.
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