Saturday, September 1, 2007

With a high degree of angst in the air over a potential "false flag" terror attack coinciding with the Labor Day weekend, WMR is publishing photos of a freight train transporting what was reported as carrying "hundreds" of military vehicles into the city of Houston. The train was apparently traveling from a marine terminal in east Houston towards the city. On the side of some of the Humvees can be seen a chalky white letter "H" surrounded by a circle. It is not known if the "H" signifies Houston or "Hood" as in Fort Hood.. Soldiers with the 181st Field Artillery Regiment from the Tennessee National Guard and the Texas National Guard's 131st Field Artillery Regiment were due to depart for Iraq from Fort Bliss in El Paso County, a good distance from Houston. On August 27, 2007, former Reprsentative Cynthia McKinney, Gold Star mother Cindy Sheehan, retired US Army Col. Ann Wright, and other citizens issued in Kennebunkport, Maine a letter warning of an impending false flag terror attack:


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