Friday, May 17, 2013

You won't believe what these seven Saudis, Pakistanis and Singaporeans were doing!


Then again you probably will but the problem is that the Obama administration, tasked with making sure things like this don't happen, likely doesn't!

For you see most American are smart enough or apolitical enough to know who the United States is fighting in the global war on terror.

The current administration, however, is either too blind, inept, inattentive, preoccupied, politically motivated or _____(fill in the blank) to take the necessary steps to truly try and stop it.

What event am I speaking about?

An arrest you may or may not be familiar with that took place this Tuesday at a reservoir in Massachusetts where five men and two women, citizens of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Singapore were caught trespassing.

Was it just an innocent excursion as they claimed to further their education and career interests or was it more along the lines of an exploratory trip to determine how to best poison a regions water supply?

The seven are recent college graduates and chemical engineers.

Maybe I'm just paranoid and think that there are groups around the world that want to destroy our society and that are now are entering a new phase which includes the Boston Marathon bombing where they are taking the fight to our country, or maybe I am just a realist.

I'll go with the latter, and along those lines it would be extremely helpful if the Obama administration would stick to the one job it is truly tasked with, national security, and leave the Chicago-style politics to others.

From International Business Times, '7 Caught Trespassing At Quabbin Reservoir In Belchertown, Mass.; Patrols Increased Across State':

Seven people were detained on Tuesday after being caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir in Belchertown, Mass., state police have revealed.

Authorities say that the seven trespassers, consisting of five men and two women, are from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Singapore, CBS Boston reports. Massachusetts State Police claim that each trespasser “cited their education and career interests” as their reason for being in the restricted area.

According to CBS Boston, the men told police that they were recent college graduates and chemical engineers.

State police spokesman David Procopio said in a statement that a trooper noticed two cars parked near a reservoir park entrance around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Five men and two women were then spotted walking toward the vehicles from the direction of the Quabbin Reservoir.

The Quabbin Reservoir, located in Belchertown, Mass., is one of the nation’s largest manmade public water supplies, CBS Boston reports. The Quabbin and Wachusett Reservoirs provide drinking water for the city of Boston.

While the seven trespassers were questioned, state police said that there were no warrants or advisories pertaining to the individuals. Authorities added that “there was no evidence that the seven were committing any crime beyond the trespassing,” CBS Boston reports.

Each of the seven people were allowed to leave after being issued a summons for trespassing. However, the FBI is investigating the matter, and precautionary inspections of nearby public water supplies have been increased, CBS Boston reports.

The seven trespassers currently reside in the Massachusetts towns of Amherst, Cambridge, Sunderland and Northampton, and New York City. State police have yet to release their names, as a court date has not been set.


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