Sunday, February 13, 2011

Encouraging they were caught, but keeping this

secret- as apparently has been done- not so good, I'd think:
"So, specifically, you're looking for the dirty bomb? You're looking for the nuclear device?" asked Blacher.

"Correct. Weapons of mass effect," Hallor said.

"You ever found one?" asked Blacher.

"Not at this location," Hallor said.

"But they have found them?" asked Blacher.

"Yes," said Hallor.

"You never found one in San Diego though?" Blacher asked.

"I would say at the port of San Diego we have not," Hallor said.

"Have you found one in San Diego?" Blacher asked.

The interview was interrupted before Hallor was able to answer the question.
Fun, fun, fun.

One other thing that caught my eye was 'weapons of mass effect'. Considering they've been charging people with 'weapon of mass destruction' charges over attempted bombings with plain explosives, why that particular bit of wording?

1 comment:

Phelps said...

I think it is to try to encompass things like gas or EMP that may not do much physical damage. Either that, or they want to lump in things like LED pictures of Ur from Aqua Teen Hunger Force into the definition.