Wednesday, January 20, 2010

More Olympic news- 2 tons of missing ammonium nitrate?

Happened to catch this over here:  More False Flag Red Flags 

 Just a tidbit from the post, you can read the rest at above link.

2 tons of missing ammonium nitrate in BC. January 16th/09


HOWEVER, the company says, the fertilizer, ammonium nitrate,  was found and it was all just a clerical error.
"But on Jan. 6, police said the company told authorities the inventory discrepancy was the result of a clerical error, and that all material had been accounted for -- a conclusion RCMP have not yet been able to confirm"
As reported here on January 6/2010.

So why is the RCMP saying this cannot be confirmed, when the company has confirmed they have the ammonium nitrate?

6 comments:

  1. You'd think a new script would be written... I mean isn't this the same ammonium nitrate that the Toronto "18" were going to use???

    Good grief... need better writers!

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  2. Hey Penny, I know you are busy - oh so busy - but did you catch this:

    TO 18 informant asked for 15$ M

    Take a look at the breakdown of what this dude got paid!! OMG call Mubin and tell him he's been ripped!!!

    ahahhahah

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  3. but, he didn't do it for the money

    nudge, nudge, ;) ;)

    one of these days, I am going to put a post together on this again

    Yeah, poor Mubin, he didn't even get a million did he?

    Not enough for an admitted coke head, I'll take it?

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  4. TWO TONS huh, WOW I'm impressed, k ripes I get more than that each year from the local fertilizer plant. They call it spillage and thank me for cleaning it up for them as it collects under their bins, and due to it's hygroscopic nature if it gets wet it turns into a solid lump about as hard as concrete. I call it good stuff for my lawn.

    Perhaps I should go to the Olympics.

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  5. Silverfish is correct, this really isn't that much fertilizer. We'd get a few one tonne skids delivered every few months back when I was in Agriculture. (To mix liquid fertilisers).

    This does seem rather to be like 'setting the stage'. Or it could just be another of a zillion or so diversions...

    who knows anymore.

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