2011年3月31日星期四

恐嚇信稱美國境內藏有160枚核彈 FBI展開調查

恐嚇信稱美國境內藏有160枚核彈 FBI展開調查
2011年03月31日14:51
來源:中國日報網站

  據美國合眾國際社3月31日消息,美國FBI日前稱,他們正對一批恐嚇信進行調查。這些蓋有芝加哥郵戳的信件透露,美國本土內藏有160枚核彈,這些核武器最終將摧毀美國。

  據透露,其中一封手寫地址的信件稱,“基地組織在美國境內的學校、體育館、教堂、商場、金融機構以及政府建筑內安置了160枚核彈,這是(組織布置給)我們的自殺式任務”。信中還表示,這些被藏匿的核武器,均可被遙控操作。

  FBI特工安德烈·扎瓦拉稱,“信中許多細節表明,這僅僅是個惡作劇”,但他還表示,即便這些信中許多詞句都不甚通暢,情報部門仍會認真甄別信中每一處細節。

  據悉,這25封信件原是寄給一位名叫特雷西·裡佐的律師,后由這名律師轉交給了FBI。FBI目前正在調查這25封信件的作者身份,一旦確認,“作者”將面臨每封信件5到10年的刑期。(陳璐)
http://world.people.com.cn/BIG5/159300/14288394.html

恐嚇聲稱核彈隱藏在美國全國
Threats Claim Nuclear Bombs Hidden All Over U.S.
March 29, 2011 10:04 PM
CHICAGO (CBS 2) – The threats came in the mail and to date, there have been 25 letters that warn of nuclear bombs destroying America.

People who got them called the FBI and CBS 2′s Kristyn Hartman learned, the Bureau’s Chicago office is leading the investigation.

FBI Special Agent Andre Zavala said, “Yes, they alarmed a lot of people.”
Attorney Tracy Rizzo was alarmed. A number of days ago, an envelope, with a Chicago postmark and a hand-written address to her private investigations firm, came in the mail.

The letter inside said, “The Al-Qaeda organization has planted 160 nuclear bombs throughout the U.S. in schools, stadiums, churches, stores, financial institutions and government buildings.” It also said, “This is a suicide mission for us.”

The writer, who claims to be Osama Bin Laden, tells the reader the nukes are remotely controlled. “It was clear the writer wanted to scare me,” said Rizzo, “Yes, it frightened me.” Rizzo was one of eight people in the Chicago area to contact the FBI.

Agencies in Oregon, California, Texas and Florida also got the letter with the Chicago postmark.

“There are items in the letter that lead us to believe it is a hoax,” said Zavala. “There are several demands documented that aren’t fully coherent.”

He said much of what’s in the message doesn’t add up, but in a post 9-11 world, the FBI can’t let it go – even if it does appear to be a hoax.

“The FBI investigates every element. We can’t take that chance,” said Zavala.

So, why the threats?

The writer alluded to how families in Afghanistan have to live. The FBI said it will find that writer, and when it does, he could face 5 to 10 years in prison for each letter mailed. Anyone who’s received a similar letter should call the FBI.
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2011/03/29/threats-claim-nuclear-bombs-hidden-all-over-u-s/

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