Thursday, July 14, 2011

Mumbai attack "invisible to radar"

 The Indian security services had intercepted in February, messages that spoke of possible attacks in July by the Mujahedin India. And the information was passed to local authorities to adopt countermeasures. But the problem - they have added intelligence sources - is that the terrorists have formed two focus groups with elements unknown to the police.

This would have allowed the militants to organize the next massacre in Mumbai "passing under the radar." A series of bombs that have caused 21 deaths and 141 wounded.    Intelligence has also revealed that the terrorists seem to have two dates "prefer" to unleash their shots on 13 and 26 of the month.

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