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Found at Daily Pundit:

Two men wanted for questioning in the deadly sniper attacks were arrested early today in western Maryland in a car with New Jersey license plates obtained in Camden on the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The license plates were issued to John A. Muhammad, 42, with an address of 1400 Sheridan Street, a state Motor Vehicles Division agent said. A bomb scare of undetermined origin occurred just minutes later.

Muhammad was arrested driving a 1990 Chevrolet Caprice with license plate NDA-21Z, which New Jersey authorities said had been issued for a different vehicle registered to Muhammad.

Neighborhood residents said today they did not know Muhammad and had never seen him. They also said they did not remember seeing the car.


Edmond Bonnette, agent at the state Motor Vehicles office at 2600 Mount Ephraim Ave. in Camden, said the car was registered at 8:52 a.m. on Sept. 11.

"At 9 a.m., we had a bomb scare," Bonnette said. "The police said it was called in from a phone booth on Kaighn Avenue. We had to evacuate everyone."

The more you know....the more you know.


Okay, now we're stretching...

Hey, I'm just reporting the news. Notice I didn't make any opinionated comment on it.

Yes, I did notice that. I'm just sayin'...

Michele- Thanks for the link. I'm making you a special WWLD? macrame yacht tarp thingy.

Stacey, I'm not sure how much of a reach it is. It's been reported that 9/11 was a big deal to this guy, and he supposedly told people he supported the terrorists. Anybody crazy enough to say stuff like that has to be doing it because the day has some meaning to him. Then, of all possible days, he registers his car on the one year anniversary of that same date. You may think it's a stretch, but I'd have to say it's a stretch to automatically mark it off as coincidence. There is such a thing as being too skeptical. Sometimes an anniversary is just an anniversary.

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