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article imageDHS, FBI warn against suspicious vehicles

By Alex Allen     Apr 6, 2013 in Politics
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are now warning law enforcement and the public about suspicious signs to look for in vehicles in more of their suspicious activity awareness which has become quite infamous among many Libertarians.
In yet another report over suspicious activity awareness and reporting, the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation warn about the appearance of vehicles that, according to them, could potentially be used by terrorists.
The document focuses mainly on stolen, cloned, and repurposed vehicles. They claim that all three of these types of vehicles have been used in previous terrorist attacks. The vehicles, the document claims could give terrorists access to targets and areas that would otherwise be very difficult to infiltrate. They cite the January, 2013 bombings in Pakistan during which a stolen ambulance was allegedly used as an explosive device as well as the January 2010 attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan during which a vehicle-borne explosive device was cloned as an ambulance and the August 2012 bomb in Damascus, Syria that was hidden in a taxi cab.
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