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Authorities said Monday that a terror attack was disrupted with the apprehension days earlier of a 24-year-old Minnesota man who reportedly stockpiled weapons in his mobile home.
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Anonymous, Fort Hood was only considered workplace violence until they needed to bump up the false "terrorism" ; threat to justify the NSA. It's ok, the spin doctors are hard to keep up with sometimes.
They dont mention what right they had to search his house. The government made this up to appear as though they actually help the US citizens. They only work for the nwo kabal unfortunately.
Anyone named "Buford" should probably be on an FBI watch list. :-)
What a waste of time and money! FBI's made up terrorism... jeez. Enough already!
yeah...their own attack...good job FBI...
Is every violent act "terrorism" ; now!? Pretty soon j walking will buy you a trip to gitmo.
One Down, 400 Million To Go
Did they create this attack too?
Wow, the FBI stopped their own plot again, and my dollars are wasted.
-Mike in Seattle
If he was a Mossad agent his FBI friends would have not noticed him!1!!!!!1one!
Revelation 2:9, 3:9
Fundraiser of ridiculous nature.. Must suck for them all to play second fiddle to DHS huh? What a jk
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