DREAM: AIRPORT Red Truck / Bio Chemical-Explosives Attack

1-18-10 RED TRUCK / Attack DREAM:

I’ve not yet explained how my dreams work and I will at a later time. For now, I’ll just let you know that I had one of my visions last night. Woke up exhausted and with a major headache but I am still at work this morning, on Martin Luther’s Holiday, on standby with a client.

— I was hovering above a scene. The location seemed to be an Americanized/modern airport. It could be another type of modern area, but definitely a place with lots of pedestrian and auto traffic. I felt it was an airport. I saw an older-model suburban-type truck, either very rusty or red in color. I saw there was no one in the car, and soon others started to notice it too, including security staff. The car was dropped off in the middle of the road and was sort of blocking traffic. I saw (for the first time) two options. In the first scenario, I saw the device going off and injuring many just seconds after another larger dark car had passed it. I saw the device, it looked home-made but very well done. I could see two 3-4 inch diameter heavy rubber canisters with glass or fiber glass tops and I could sense liquid or gas within each canister. It was yellowish / greenish in color – and I could sense it was biochemical or poison of some kind. Attached to it was a remote device of some sort or explosives to make the material disburse. I could see the two people responsible for the device escaping the scene (running) and fleeing to a remote area where there was both dry / dusty territories (didn’t seem like the US by this time – possible meaning they are foreigners returning to their country) as well as pockets of water like small lakes or ponds. I could see them climbing hills or a mountain. Other people bathed or vacationed at these water holes which were in the area – these seemed like older / ancient locations. I could see one suspect was a taller individual who had great survival skills and knowledge. He had a skinny face, beard, in his late 30’s / early 40’s. The person with him seemed injured or simply not able to keep up as well with him. There was a very large manhunt for them but they seemed to be able to escape detection.

The second part of my vision was almost the same but the device did not go off and security forces were able to study the device – the two individuals were still on the run. ———-

It was interesting because, I know predictions are “possibilities” of the future and not 100% certainties. This vision was a reassurance to me of that fact of my ability. Certain things can happen to change the outcome of a vision and it was as if a voice was literally reminding me of this by showing me both outcomes.

I hope this is one vision that does not occur, where investigators find them before the attack or where the device malfunctions.

KK

——————— UPDATE ————– AIRPORT NEWS: Not exactly my dream but definitely explosives involved at an AIRPORT, SOMEONE FLEEING AND NOT GETTING CAUGHT, MANHUNT, ETC. –SEEMS THEY MIGHT BE TESTING AIRPORT SECURITY OR THERE WILL BE ANOTHER ATTEMPT SOON–MY VISION IS STILL TO HAPPEN BUT THIS WAS INTERESTING JUST 2 SAYS LATER———

Man flees in Munich airport laptop explosives alert

January 20, 2010 — Updated 1739 GMT (0139 HKT)

Police may have video of possible car bomb suspect

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Berlin, Germany (CNN) — A passenger fled from security officers after his laptop computer bag tested positive for explosives at an airport in Munich, the country’s federal police told CNN on Wednesday.

Police said they are searching for the passenger, who fled from the secure area of the airport into the public area of Terminal 2, police said. Part of the airport has been shut down.

Police are not sure if the man is still in the airport, they said, and did not know which flight he was booked on.

It was not immediately clear whether there was actually an explosive in the laptop bag.

All planes in that area of Terminal 2 were evacuated and all luggage was removed, police said. The passengers had to leave the secure area and be rescreened, an airport representative told CNN, adding that the airport is otherwise operating normally.

—–UPDATE ————- PRETTY DARN CLOSE, I MUST SAY. VEHICLE LEFT IN HEAVY TRAFFIC AND PEDESTRIAN AREA, WAS SUPPOSED TO GO OFF BUT DID NOT AND IS NOW BEING STUDIED BY SECURITY FORCES. A BLACK CAR / SUV IS INVOLVED IN SOME WAY, A PERSON WAS SEEN ESCAPING FROM THE SCENE. THERE ARE SIMILARITIES IN THIS EVENT, SOME DIFFERENCES SUCH AS NOT EXACTLY A CHEMICAL ATTACK BUT NOT FAR EITHER. I DID SENSE GAS IN THE CANISTERS. ALSO THE DEVICE SEEMED TO HAVE A MALFUNCTION — FAIRLY CLOSE AND THE TALIBAN IS CLAIMING RESPONSIBILITY WHICH I SAW AS PEOPLE FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY – still to see on this point.  ANOTHER ATTACK COULD BE YET TO COME—

Police may have video of possible car bomb suspect

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CNN) — Law enforcement officials are examining video that may have captured the image of a suspect in the attempted Times Square car bombing, New York’s police commissioner said Sunday.The video “shows a white male in his 40s, in Shubert Alley, looking back in the direction of West 45th Street,” Commissioner Ray Kelly told a news conference, adding that the man looked around in a “furtive manner.”

“He also was seen shedding a dark-colored shirt, revealing a red one underneath. He put the darker one into a bag that he was carrying,” he said.

The video was captured about a half block from where police said a Nissan Pathfinder containing bomb-making materials was found Saturday evening on West 45th Street in the city’s iconic Times Square area.

Kelly said detectives are traveling to Pennsylvania to interview a tourist who believes he may have caught the suspect’s image on camera.

iReport: Were you there? Share pics, videos

Also Sunday, Kelly said an NYPD bomb squad blew open a large gun locker found in the Pathfinder, revealing eight bags of an “unknown substance” and a pressure-cooker-type metal pot containing a “bird’s nest of wires and M-88 firecrackers.”

Kelly said New York’s Department of Environmental Protection is working to identify the substance, which he later said may be fertilizer, describing it as granular in nature.

The gun locker was one of many items found in the rear of the Pathfinder after a T-shirt vendor alerted a nearby police officer to smoke coming out of the vehicle.

Officials removed from the SUV three propane tanks weighing between 15 and 17 pounds, Kelly said, comparing them to the kind typically used on backyard barbecues. One of the tanks had more M-88 firecrackers attached to the side, Kelly said, some of which detonated inside the vehicle.

Also found in the vehicle’s back seat were two full five-gallon gasoline containers, Kelly said. And between those gasoline containers was a “16-ounce can filled with between 20 and 30 M-88 devices,” he said, adding that two clocks on the floor of the vehicle’s back seat were connected by wires to the can containing the firecrackers, and possibly to the gun locker as well.

Read more about the discovery of the car bomb

Had the car bomb detonated, Kelly said it would have caused casualties and a “significant fireball.”

“I’m told the vehicle itself would have at least been cut in half,” he said. “You have large numbers of pedestrians in that area, so, yeah, we were lucky that it didn’t detonate.”

Officials did not immediately know how the bomb would have been detonated, but Kelly offered a few hints into its design.

“(We believe) the timers would ignite the can of explosives and that would cause the five-gallon cans (of gasoline) to go on fire and then explode the propane tanks and have some effect on that rifle box,” said Kelly, cautioning that the substance within the gun locker is still unknown.

Times Square evacuation captured on iPhone

Meanwhile, Times Square returned to its bustling self Sunday, even as questions remained about the source of the attempted car bombing.

In a purported Pakistani Taliban video that surfaced on the internet Sunday, the group took responsibility for the foiled attack, though Kelly said Sunday afternoon that “we have no evidence to support this claim.”

The group, Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, says in the video that the attack was revenge for their leaders killed by American forces, and for U.S. and NATO interference in that part of the world.

Another claim of responsibility e-mailed by an individual to a local New York news station is being investigated, Kelly said.

Kelly called the foiled attack “a sober reminder that New York is clearly a target of people who want to come here and do us harm.”

President Obama, speaking from Venice, Louisiana, where he was monitoring a massive oil slick creeping toward the Gulf Coast, promised “to see that justice is done” in the failed car bombing.

“Since last night, my national security teams have been taking every step necessary to ensure that our state and local partners have the full support and cooperation of the federal government,” he said. “We’re going to do what’s necessary to protect the American people, to determine who’s behind this potentially deadly act and to see that justice is done.”

In an advisory sent to local and national law enforcement, the Department of Homeland Security wrote, “There is no information to indicate that this was anything more than a single incident. Additionally, there is no reporting suggesting targeting of other specific locations.”

Kelly said following the discovery of the Pathfinder, police officers did a search for secondary devices in the area and found none.

The investigation was focusing on examinations of the Nissan Pathfinder where the attempted homemade bomb was placed. Kelly said the vehicle is being combed for fingerprints, hair, fibers and other evidence that may help identify who was responsible, and hours of surveillance footage in the area were being monitored for possible clues.

Another angle of the investigation involved the license plates found on the vehicle.

Authorities said that the Connecticut license plate on the front of Pathfinder did not belong to that car, but to a pickup truck that was last reported at a junkyard.

Following that lead, police were spotted at an automobile used parts company, Kramer’s Used Auto Parts of Stratford, Connecticut.

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