They’re talking about a how-to video that you will NOT find on this blog!

by 1389 on September 28, 2007

in American South, e-jihad, Egypt, Islam, terrorism, video and film, YouTube

It’s the Goose Creek pipe bomb boys again:

A toy boat? Yikes. Small smiley in sailboat

The take-home lessons for all of us:

  • If you notice anything that looks like a radio-controlled toy left unattended outdoors or in a public place – use caution. Radio-controlled toys are fairly expensive and people normally don’t abandon them. Ask around to see if anybody knows whose it is and how it got there. If there isn’t a good reason for it being there, consider it a suspicious object and call the local authorities to check it out. Don’t just absent-mindedly touch it or push it aside. Take care not to step on it or run over it with your vehicle!
  • Do not turn on the remote controller for any of your own radio-controlled toys in a public place. This is especially important in and around airports, train stations, buses, and other transportation facilities. You don’t want to affect anything else that might be using the same frequency.
  • If you see something, say something! Keep your eyes open for other videos of this nature when you’re exploring YouTube or other Internet video hosting services. Notify the video hosting service and the appropriate authorities. See our Reference Material resource page for specific information about where to report suspicious activities.

Also see: Airport Security Alert: Radio-Controlled Toys May Trigger Remote Bombs!


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1 Stephanie November 14, 2007 at 4:26 pm

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2 Dog training November 22, 2007 at 3:12 pm

Very interesting… as always! Cheers from Switzerland.

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