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Friday, 17 June 2011

الشرطة الأمريكية تعتقل شخصا يشتبه في كونه انتحاري قرب مبنى البنتاغون
Al Qaeda-related statements, backpack found in suspicious vehicle stopped near Pentagon
مشاهير123 - قامت السلطات الأميركية  باغلاق العديد من الطرق الرئيسية حول مبنى البنتاغون واعتقلت شخصا بعد العثور على رزمة مشبوهة داخل سيارته و اتضح أنه ينتمي الى قوات المارينز الأمريكية.
وقالت الشرطة إن فرقة مكافحة المتفجرات من الشرطة تستعد الآن لتفجير الرزمة فيما لا تزال السلطات تبحث عن ثلاثة أشخاص آخرين يقال إنهم لاذوا بالفرار من السيارة.
إلى ذلك لم يتمكن المسؤولون من تأكيد تقارير إعلامية بأن الرزمة التي عثر عليها داخل السيارة تشبه القنبلة.
Pentagon Suspect Identified as Marine Corps Reservist
June 17: A Law enforcement official wearing an FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force jacket works near the Pentagon after a suspicious vehicle forced multiple road closures Friday in Arlington, Va.
English: Machahir123 - - A man was in custody Friday after a major security alert outside the Pentagon The incident began around 1:30 am local time when a man -- believed to be a naturalized US citizen who came to the US from Ethiopia -- was found in the nearby Arlington National Cemetery overnight Thursday.
The man was arrested at the scene and remains in custody.
The man in custody for carrying a backpack with "suspicious items and products" inside Arlington National Cemetery overnight is a U.S. Marine Corps reservist, military and law enforcement sources tell Media.
FBI Special Agent Brenda Heck described the man as being "approximately in his twenties" and said he was "not forthcoming" when he was arrested.
US Park Police then searched for the man's vehicle. A short time later, the car -- described by Heck as a red 2011 Nissan -- was located near the Pentagon.
The car was searched by bomb experts, Heck said, who did not find "significant explosive related materials."
Agents also found a backpack near the vehicle containing "suspicious items" that Heck said were a "non-explosive unknown material."
Heck said that the items were ultimately rendered "inert," but will require further investigation.
Heck said the man appeared to have acted alone.
Several roads near the Pentagon were blocked off as law enforcement agencies including the FBI, the US Park Police, and the Pentagon Police rushed to the scene.

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