Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Jewish Terrorists don't make news in Jew-Occupied USA

Brevard County sheriff’s investigators took a man into Baker Act custody Monday after he apparently attempted to enter Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in a van containing a suspicious package, but no charges have been filed.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s bomb squad found a briefcase, motor oil and antifreeze, officials said.

The van’s driver had been corresponding with the U.S. Navy’s ordinance removal team, according to investigators.

The incident began about 9 a.m. Monday at Gate 1, the southernmost entrance to the base on State Road 401. Access to the base was reopened about 12:30 p.m., air base officials said.

An FBI agent also was called to the site to investigate the situation.

Officials did not identify the man, his connection to the base or what brought on the security scare.

The closure was done “in response to a situation at the gate involving a van and a suspicious package found inside,” said Eric Brian, a spokesman for the 45th Space Wing.

“The van driver was turned over to the sheriff’s office," Brian said. Brian also said the unidentified man had previous communications with the Navy’s ordnance team but was not aware of the nature of the comments.

“He was talking to the Navy but I don’t know if any threats were made,” Brian said.

Bomb-sniffing dogs were used along with the sheriff’s bomb squad to inspect the package or suspected bomb-making materials located in the van, officials reported.

The bomb squad X-rayed a briefcase later determined to contain papers, officials said.

“Everybody’s back working, and the gate is open,” Brian said.


1 comment:

Israel Muse said...

lol Jewish terrorists what a joke man! I think you are confusing terrorism with crime!