Al Qaeda Attack Plots Discovered in Porn

Flash Memory CardReports Nic Robertson, Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister on CNN:

On May 16 last year, a 22-year-old Austrian named Maqsood Lodin was being questioned by police in Berlin. He had recently returned from Pakistan via Budapest, Hungary, and then traveled overland to Germany. His interrogators were surprised to find that hidden in his underpants were a digital storage device and memory cards.

Buried inside them was a pornographic video called “Kick Ass” — and a file marked “Sexy Tanja.”

Several weeks later, after laborious efforts to crack a password and software to make the file almost invisible, German investigators discovered encoded inside the actual video a treasure trove of intelligence — more than 100 al Qaeda documents that included an inside track on some of the terror group’s most audacious plots and a road map for future operations. Future plots include the idea of seizing cruise ships and carrying out attacks in Europe similar to the gun attacks by Pakistani militants that paralyzed the Indian city of Mumbai in November 2008. Ten gunmen killed 164 people in that three-day rampage.

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6 Comments on "Al Qaeda Attack Plots Discovered in Porn"

  1. Sarcasmo | May 2, 2012 at 5:48 pm |

    Great job disinfo for bringing us this reliable juicy story from the reputable CNN news company. Keep up the fight! ps, I think there might be a story about Somalia’s weapons space program surfacing over on foxnews.

  2. howiebledsoe | May 2, 2012 at 6:34 pm |

    Wow, and just before the elections.  Go figure.

  3. Also, the plans to the Death Star were stored in a porn video much like this one, starring the daughter of a certain diplomat from Aldoran. Of course the plans were eventually uploaded into an R2 unit but the empire was never able to live it down.

  4. discusthrower | May 2, 2012 at 10:41 pm |

    so the truth finally rears its ugly head….  porn causes terrorism; whodathunk?

  5. Haystack | May 3, 2012 at 8:15 am |

    “The Ron Jeremy Code”

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