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Terrorist hideout or NYPD surveillance?911 call spills beans We've seen several stories where police and SWAT teams raid and flash-bang the wrong home. This time, the tables turned. It took three years, but the 911 tape is now public.
A building superintendent at an apartment complex just off the Rutgers University campus called the New Brunswick Police 911 line in June 2009. He said his staff had been conducting a routine inspection and came across something suspicious. ...
... the recording offers a glimpse inside the safe house: a small apartment with two computers, dozens of black plastic boxes and no furniture or clothes except one suit.
"And pictures of our neighboring buildings?" the dispatcher asked.
"Yes, the Matrix building," Sheth replied, referring to a local developer. "There's pictures of terrorists. There's literature on the Muslim religion."
New York authorities have encouraged people like Sheth to call 911. In its "Eight Signs of Terrorism," people are encouraged to call the police if they see evidence of surveillance, information gathering, suspicious activities or anything that looks out of place.
Instead of a terrorist cell's base of operations, it was a NYPD surveillance hideout. NYPD had to stoop to begging the FBI to return their stuff...
edit - added link to NJ's "Eight Signs of Terrorism" flyer;
Regarding the link to NJ's "Eight Signs of Terrorism" flyer, the flyer as shown in the link has "Seven" signs enumerated, so where is the eighth sign? Maybe on the next page, if there is a next page?
OK, never mind, I see it on the left side of the first page. I should have known better because I have seen enough flyers and even printed them out, double-sided. I think I'll add a Ninth sign:
Gov Christie has fallen and he can't get up. That could be the ninth sign.
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