Tuesday, July 28, 2009

AP: Authorities Arrest 7 in North Carolina for "Violent Jihad" Terror Plot; an 8th Suspect at Large

Here's yet another example of why the U.S. Navy's plan to let civilians traipse unimpededly along a proposed 2-mile stretch of road thru the NWS Earle and to Laurelwood housing (come September 2010) is utterly moronic. The thought that our Navy's leaders are seemingly eager to go thru with a plan to open the houses to anyone, solely for the sake of its flawed argument of fulfilling an outdated privatized housing contract, is a headscratcher in light of today's news.

The prime suspect named in this particular case of homegrown terror plots, 39-year-old Daniel Patrick Boyd, is cited by the AP as a drywall contractor "who lived in an unassuming lakeside home in a rural area south of Raleigh, where he and his family walked their dog." Nice.

Please follow along with this latest case and let your legislators know that NOPE will never stand for civilian housing at NWS Earle and that the U.S. Navy should immediately exercise its contractual right to void the Laurelwood housing pact or buy it out before exposing itself and the surrounding communities to an obvious threat.

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