Pentagon Terrorist Scare

Posted by Staff on Jun. 20, 2011

Pentagon Terrorist Scare On Newsfeed - On June 17th, a suspicious man in a car outside the Pentagon was detained by U.S. Park Police. In the vehicle they found a notebook and on the cover he had written the harrowing phrase… “Al Qaeda Rules.” Is this guy in 7th grade? Who writes that on their notebook? America is a doody head… take that freedom. Authorities have reported that they do not believe that he is connected to any terrorist acts or plots… What tipped that off, the fact that they were looking for weapons and found nothing but a backpack full of anti-US school supplies? The individual, who authorities have declined to identify, but say is in his 20’s has not been charged with anything yet, most likely because the Government probably feels bad for him. Maybe they can just take away his recess or something.Some goofy man in his mid 20s wrote on a notebook in his car parked outside the Pentagon 'Al Qaeda Rules'. Well, the government doesn't take kindly to fans of Al Qaeda and detained the man under the suspicion he may be a terrorist. After hours of questioning they realized his is just a moron.

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