Feds Warn Of Heightened Terror Risk During Chevy Truck Month

October 28, 2015        
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WASHINGTON, DC--The FBI sent a memo to law enforcement officials today warning of an increased risk of terror attacks during Chevy Truck Month. “Though there is no specific, credible information of an attack, the fact that the nation is celebrating a national sales event for a beloved American institution is cause for increased vigilance.,” FBI director James Comey said. “Bridges, tunnels, subways, and large public gatherings should be monitored closely with increased police patrols and security cameras. Sadly, there are those who would use this joyful celebration as an opportunity to advance their hateful, murderous agenda. These people are jealous of our way of life and the fact that we alone get to enjoy this special sales event for this most American of months."

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