Maryland Staged Terror: Explosion Not By Terrorist GroupsBy Reema, Gaea News Network
Friday, January 7, 2011
MARYLAND (GaeaTimes.com)- Two explosives blasted in Department of Transportation headquarters, Hanover and Government building in Annapolis. The first package was opened at about 12:30 p.m in Annapolis, in the Jeffrey Building on Francis Street that led to a blast in the location. About 15 minutes later the blast in Hanover followed. Authorities say that this Staged Terror in Maryland, was not conducted by any terrorist organization.
Spokesperson of Baltimore Fire Department, Chief Kevin Cartwright said that at about 4:p.m, the mailroom of the building and the nearby streets were all shut down. Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley said that they are grateful as no one were fatally injured in the mishap. The four people who injured their hands, while touching the parcels were admitted to Baltimore Washington Medical Center and are now out of danger. He also said that the moment the authorities came to know about the blast, they blocked the mobility of all the state mails, to determine whether there were any other similar packages of explosives. William E. Barnard, from the Maryland fire fighting department said that they got a call about this mishap at about 12:45 p.m. The bomb technicians said that these packets contained “incendiary-type” devices, that emitted the smell of sulfur. He also said that this Maryland staged terror was not one of those severe terrorist activities, as there were no extensive explosion and the material that exploded cannot be categorized as a bomb.
William E. Barnard is under the impression that they can soon delve into the Maryland staged terror in Maryland, as they have lots of physical evidences. Eye witnesses have said that more than 25 employees were immediately evacuated from the building after the incident, and the Department of Transportation Headquarters was surrounded by ambulances, fire trucks and emergency vehicles, the moment this news became public.
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