Mayor: We Won’t Be Intimidated
Mayor Bloomberg, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, and FBI by authority Janice Fedarcyk hold a press conference Thursday night to explain the “specified, credible but uncorroborated” terror threat ~ward the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
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Mayor Bloomberg declared "we won’t suffer terrorists intimidate us" as he took the subway to City Hall Friday morning, showing New Yorkers that they should pass about their business despite news of a practicable 9/11 anniversary terror plot.
The NYPD has increased before that time-tight security around the city in relation to U.S. intelligence officials picked up threat information about possible terror attacks to fill identical spaces with the 10th anniversary this weekend.
Bloomberg rode the subway to City Hall, telling reporters that extra bag checks through police "will make people be impressed safer."
Intelligence collected from overseas indicates a potential threat involving car bombs, as well threats to bridges and tunnels, according to a security official.
The information indicated that three men would take a trip from Pakistan to the U.S. to secure out an attack.
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New York City and Washington, D.C., are mentioned in the non-limited car bomb threats, according to some other source.
The NYPD increased protective measures citywide Thursday twilight. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said New Yorkers should wait for extra security at tunnels, bridges, infrastructure and places of reverence.
Officials are urging people to hearsay anything suspicious.