And why you might ask would I say this could be used in a false flag attack? Two reasons.
1. It’s beyond negligent to keep 600 lbs of high explosives unguarded.
2. A reaward of $5000 for information leading to the arrest of the thieves is so incredibly low, that it almost has to be purposefully inadequate. Sounds like they aren’t really looking for the perpetrators. How can they possibly expect a $5k reward to lead to anything? The explosives are worth more than that.
Better make it 5 mil cause it’s going to cost 100 times that to clean up the mess caused by 600 lbs of explosives. Think about it. Two homemade pressure cookers bombs in Boston have already cost millions not even including the loss of life and victim medical expenses. If they make it 5 mil, that’s the kind of money that make friends rat each other out. But they already know this. 5k is a sick joke.
This much explosives in a truck bomb could take out a good sized building. How much is a building full of people worth? To our govenrment it’s worth a lot more blown up than in tact, apparently.
A press release from the ATF says that in April 2013, someone used forced entry to get into an explosives storage facility owned and operated by the U. S. Forest Service, which is located about two miles south of Red Lodge.
A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered to anyone who provides information that leads to the recovery of the explosives and to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the theft.
See how this works? Government has to stick their hands down granny’s diaper but they leave 600 lbs of explosives in a facility with no guard that thieves can break into… if we’re even to believe this much of their story.
Something smells wrong with this already.
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