---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Fri, 06 Dec 2002 15:40:46 -0500 From: stephfa <stephfaat_private> To: stephfaat_private Subject: NCIX WEB SITE UPDATE ADVISORY #24-2002 Dear Friends and Colleagues: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a loose network of antiwar groups is planning a "week of action against warmongering" to occur December 15 - 21, 2002. Organizers, who have expressed strong opposition to possible U.S. military action against Iraq, are advocating "explicit and direct attack upon the war machine," and have called for attacks on the headquarter facilities and other assets of oil companies and defense contractors, singling out Boeing and Lockheed Martin. Department of Defense (DoD) assets also represent potential targets for attack. Organizers have referenced an October 14, 2002 incident in San Jose, California, in which DoD recruiting offices were damaged and a DoD recruiting van was set on fire. Activists may also target major media companies by "sanitizing" newspaper vending machines, jamming or hijacking radio and television signals, or attacking broadcast towers and damaging equipment. Potential victims should be alert to any suspicious activities that may be associated with this week-long protest. Information regarding potential threats should be reported to local law enforcement and the nearest FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. NCIX has created an Internet address group to alert and inform its readers about new and updated information regarding the NCIX Web site and other sources. The advisories include information on NCIX regional seminars, the release of new awareness material, and other information of counterintelligence interest. Please feel free to use this updated information on your own Intranet and other information-sharing systems. Each advisory is assigned a sequential number for tracking purposes. As of this advisory, there are more nearly 3,000 official subscribers. - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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