Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Questions linger about Chicago role in bomb plot

A bit more on the Yemeni bombs bound for Chicago via Chicago Breaking News,
Authorities are still trying to figure out why the addresses on the packages were for buildings no longer used by Jewish synagogues -- one of buildings is now empty and other is a Unitarian church that had stopped renting space to a Jewish congregation seven years ago.

Even stranger: the names on the packages were not for people in Chicago but rather obscure historical figures. One packages was addressed to Diego Deza, a figure from the Spanish Inquisition, and the other for Reynald Krak, who was beheaded by a Muslim general during the 12th century Crusades.
Reynald Krak aka Raynald of Chatillon and Diego Deza here. An interesting message...

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