NEUROTMESIS: Cutting the Nerves & Isolating the Head.
The 13th issue of Inspire, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP)’s English language magazine, released on December 24, lays out a strategy for defeating the U.S. by attacking American military technology, manpower, media and economy, and encourages lone wolf attacks against commercial airplanes and financial figures.The central feature of the magazine, entitled “The Hidden Bomb” presents step-by-step, illustrated instructions for constructing a home-made easily portable bomb inside 17cm of a plastic water bottle case. These instructions follow previous issues of Inspire that included instructions for pressure cooker bombs and car bombs, as well as suggestions for other types of attacks such as running civilians over with cars.
This issue of Inspire suggests that the bombs be used against U.S. commercial airliners – specifically American Airlines, Delta, United or Continental, and ideally over U.S. soil. It also provides advice as to the best location on the plane and altitude at which to detonate the device. The guide claims that this bomb can be hidden in a part of the body not included in airport pat-downs and is undetectable by dogs, odor-detecting machines, or metal detectors. The article states that the bomb is detectable by millimeter wave scanners, but the magazine advises that “in most cases they are not used in local airports.”
The two Arab males were sitting in seats 5B and 5C directly in front of me, we were on the left side of the Airbus A320 towards the front, just on the other side of the First Class part of the cabin, (SEE PHOTO ABOVE) the two Arab males (Saudi) were acting suspicious all during the whole flight, they actually covered their mouths with their hands as they spoke, even though they were speaking Arabic
The flight attendants (all women) appeared to be alerted about the two Arab males and kept close tabs on them. The two Arab males spoke no English between themselves during the flight, the older Arab male made frequent trips to the bathroom. When the drink cart did come around the older Arab guy had to expain in Arabic what the flight attendent was asking. I watched these two Arab guys intently as we took off and landed, the younger Arab guy had no clue as to what any sign said or what was broadcast about flight arrivals and departures .
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com