Yemen Officials: Packages Didn’t Come From Yemen


Officials Insist No Cargo Planes Even Left Yemen in Last 48 Hours

by Jason Ditz, October 29, 2010

With the eyes of the world on Yemen and officials pointing the finger squarely at the al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) group based in the nation’s south, Yemen’s government is cautioning against jumping to conclusions, and denying that the bomb plot packages came from Yemen at all.

No UPS or DHL cargo packages heading to Chicago through Yemen took place in the last 48 hours,” insisted Yemenia Airways’ Air Cargo Director Mohammed Shaibah. Officials with the nation’s Civil Aviation Authority insisted that ono US cargo aircrafts left the nation at all in the past 48 hours.

All reports have indicated that the packages were marked as having come from Yemen. It is unclear exactly how to reconcile this with the Yemeni government’s claims that they couldn’t possibly have originated there.

The various “suspicious packages” included some which tested positive for explosives and others with included printed circuit boards and wires. The exact nature of the plot remains a mystery as officials are still examining all of the devices and running tests on the apparent explosive payloads. Whatever the case, it seems clear the Yemeni government is eager to deflect attention.

source–antiwar.com

  1. #1 by Lydia D. on October 30, 2010 - 3:43 pm

    The only “suspicious package” being shipped around is coming from the Mossad.

  2. #2 by MountainHome on October 30, 2010 - 4:43 pm

    It appears that the “October Surprise” finally arrived just before the elections. Maybe, someone was wanting us to all rally around the president’s speech & then vote democratic nxt Tuesday.

    People are fooled by these antics. Might read a new thriller out where Americans finally take a stand cause it’s about us no longer tolerating corrupt govt. It’s powerful & I recommend it.

    http://www.booksbyoliver.com

    It may be that the bombs were a false flag as often happens nowadays. I am sure the Yemen govt. will want to look at the bombs, but I doubt if the USG will allow them to do so.

  3. #3 by Maggie on October 30, 2010 - 6:02 pm

    False flag of course…..lol and they think we still believe their mainstream pathetic news lines…..it`s surreal and laughable. There is no credibilty to these comedians in our governments….Yeman? the biggest threat to our security????…ah go wazzle your old wazoo!!!!!
    `cos we `the people` are waking up!
    Bin Laden is dead, which is why Bhutto got murdered, because she knew he was already dead and said so. and hey, now she`s dead.
    Al Quaeda dosn`t exist …Keep awake people…see the yearn of lies being spun, to further the cause of their `facist` agenda called the New World Order.

  4. #4 by hybridrogue1 on October 30, 2010 - 6:26 pm

    fairytales for TVZombies–the same old same old reruns of “tearsts” waving sparklers and spooking the poor Amerikan idiosomates.
    Serial stupidity ala red/whitey/blueballs. A yank is a jerk is a twitch is a bitch.

  5. #5 by B.Benhamid on October 30, 2010 - 7:43 pm

    Abdullah Muhammad Saleh has been too long in power which shows, that the CIA and Mossad was able to infiltrate into Yemen and take control of strategic portions of the land. Allowing this obedient puppet stay in power for a while longer will eventually lead to an endless conflict like we have in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    The enemy of Islam which is Zionism must be defeated by any means necessary.

  6. #6 by Bill on October 30, 2010 - 8:30 pm

    Ive just gone Elvis on my television and rendered it dead with help from my 9mm

  7. #7 by hybridrogue1 on October 30, 2010 - 9:21 pm

    Congratulations Bill, I did that back in 1984…cool huh? Nah, no explosion just a big shatter crack. Hope you wore earplugs…a gun going off inside will make your ears ring for days {don’t ask how I know…grin}.

    \\||//

  8. #8 by bibi on November 2, 2010 - 3:08 am

    Well, I only use mine for local weather, occasionally, and the British comedy shows on PBS on Sunday nights. My kids use it sparingly for an occasional old video game. I used to like the court shows but they are more hollywoodish, and can’t compare to the old Perry Mason, Columbo, Murder She Wrote, and oh yeah, Matlock. I’m not paying for cable in any form, so I don’t care anymore, and my kids have become more lego builders (they would spend all day in creating their own little people and villages if left alone), book readers, wanting to go riding in the parks, supervised of course! They do like a little computer time, limited to 30 minutes at a time.

    As to the mystery explosives…could be those strange flickering lights in the sky, the UFO’s did it!

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