Discussion in 'Military' started by blu, Feb 18, 2010.
can't really find a valid link yet, but fox is/was covering it
I heard it too. Sounds like it's a busy day for some people.
Army Investigates Alleged Attempt by Soldiers to Poison Food at Fort Jackson - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News - FOXNews.com
You know, they say a lie will make it around the world before the truth has it's shoes on.
Let's see how this unfolds.
The Mystery At Ft. Jackson -- Did CBN Get It Wrong?
CBN News.com says it has a major exclusive: " CBN News has learned exclusively that five Muslim soldiers at Fort Jackson in South Carolina were arrested just before Christmas and are in custody. The five men were part of the Arabic Translation program at the base."
Huge -- if true. Damaging and politically sensitive. Evidence of extensive infiltration of the U.S. Army by jihadists.
But the Army says it's not true. No one has been arrested. The National Security Council was not aware of any arrests, a spokesperson said.
After the Ft. Hood massacre, the Army increased its counterintelligence presence at Ft. Jackson, a training base, because it is home a large number of non-citizen Muslims recruited under the Army's "09-Lima" translation program.
A few months ago, special agents from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division opened an investigation after receiving a tip that some Muslims at the base had communicated with others overseas, and that a group of Muslim non-citizens had tried to poison other soldiers. That investigation is open -- but no evidence has been found to support the tips, according to the Army.
The Mystery At Ft. Jackson -- Did CBN Get It Wrong? - The Atlantic Politics Channel
I tend to not believe half of what CBN is reporting.
I watch it almost every morning, it is better than coffee at waking me up.
So, yeah. It's a lie. What a surprise!
When will people learn that just because they want to believe it, doesn't make it true.
(You know, like Ashley Todd, Obama being sworn in with a Koran, Franken stealing votes, Palin "seeing Russia from her house", Al Gore "inventing the internet". None of those things are true)
It makes Muslims look bad, so therefore it must be true, right?
At least those translators aren't gay.
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