Archive: Security

Super Bowl Security to be Tight, As Always

MIAMI--Security will be tight, as always, for the Sunday's Super Bowl. Flight restrictions will be in place Sunday around Dolphin Stadium and all fans will be subject to pat-downs and metal-detector screenings....

 

By Mark Maske | January 29, 2007; 09:45 PM ET | Comments (0)

Wisconsin Man Charged in Internet Hoax

A grocery clerk from Wisconsin is scheduled to appear in court in Milwaukee today on charges filed by authorities stemming from the Internet hoax warning of terrorist attacks being planned on NFL stadiums this weekend. The man was identified by the Associated Press as Jake J. Brahm of Wauwatosa,...

 

By Mark Maske | October 20, 2006; 02:08 PM ET | Comments (0)

Threat of Attacks on Stadiums Called "A Hoax" by Authorities

The Internet threat that terrorist attacks were planned on seven NFL stadiums this weekend was determined by investigators to be "a hoax," the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security announced today. "The investigation has determined that this is a hoax," the two agencies said in a joint written...

 

By Mark Maske | October 19, 2006; 04:17 PM ET | Comments (0)

FBI Reportedly Interviewing Person Possibly Responsible for Internet Threat

FBI representatives today were interviewing a Milwaukee resident possibly responsible for last week's Internet posting warning of terrorist attacks this weekend on seven NFL stadiums, the Associated Press reported. The threat reportedly was deemed not credible by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security....

 

By Mark Maske | October 19, 2006; 10:39 AM ET | Comments (0)

Threat of Terrorist Attacks on NFL Stadiums Deemed Not Credible by Federal Authorities

Federal agencies are expressing skepticism about the credibility of an Internet threat of terrorist attacks on NFL stadiums that was revealed today. The warning was posted on Oct. 12 on a Website that links to multiple online conversations and cartoons. A poster said that seven NFL stadiums would be...

 

By Mark Maske | October 18, 2006; 10:30 PM ET | Comments (0)

 

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