Florida man faces bioweapon charge
justin-cypherpunks at soze.net
Thu Jan 13 22:37:49 PST 2005
On 2005-01-13T17:48:13-0800, Eric Cordian wrote:
> RAH pastes:
> > She said that on at least one occasion he showed her something he had
> > purchased via the Internet and expressed concern that if their cat
> > inadvertently ate enough of it, the cat would die, according to the
> > affidavit.
> Obviously this news story is the grand prize winner in an innuendo
The article also neglects to mention FEDERAL AGENCIES' pet KILL ratio.
I'm not sure about cats specifically, but dog killing is quite popular.
> > The FBI is still investigating who sent two letters that contained ricin in
> > 2003 through the U.S. postal system. Those letters contained threats and
> > complaints about labor regulations in the trucking industry.
Evidently the kid was in possession of Envelopes of Mass Destruction as
well as castor beans, guns, and books. Envelopes! Everyone knows that
civilized people communicate via instant/text message or email (insofar
as they are distinct). We have no need for these ENVELOPES, which as
well as being used to send toxins to KILL LAW-ABIDING TAXPAYERS also
cause untold annual economic damage from paper-cut-caused hospital
> > In 1978, Georgi Markov, a Bulgarian writer and journalist in London, died
> > after a man attacked him with an umbrella that had been rigged to inject a
> > ricin pellet under his skin.
> And WTF does this have to do with the guy with the castor beans?
I spot the beginnings of yet another war. Please excuse me while I go
bury my umbrellas. PATRIOTS use hooded raincoats. We have no NEED for
barbaric and dangerous implements like UMBRELLAS.
> Looks like "Ricin Theatre" has joined "Anthrax Theatre" in the armory of
> Weapons of Mass Deception.
You forgot the guns! The GUNS! Those terrible and bloody implements of
death ARE totally unnecessary! Never mind that they're PERFECTLY LEGAL
and they don't make ricin (excuse me, castor beans) any more deadly. He
still had guns!
"War is the father and king of all, and some he shows as gods, others as men; some he makes slaves, others free." -Heraclitus 53
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