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Taxis + explosives = terrorist armed vehicles in Iraq

Reader comment on item: More on Those Alcohol-shy Taxi Drivers

Submitted by Joe Egan (United States), Feb 23, 2007 at 12:38

Has anyone thought about the potential of Islamic taxi drivers using their
taxis to carry explosives in a coordinated attack on this country?????

They have control of so many taxis they could use them to take out radio and
TV stations (communications), tanker trucks and bridges, trains and busses
(transportation) and buildings (industry), etc. The panic and confusion
would be more harmful than the actual destruction.

Submitting....

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