Did a Whistleblower Stop a Terror Attack in Austin?
A memo warning law enforcement of a possible terror attack at specific locales was officially sent out – but without authorization.
Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton
Saturday, August 10, 2013
KXAN reported that the threat advisory warning law enforcement of a possible terror attack in Austin was ‘sent out by mistake,’ claiming that “someone released an official memo that they shouldn’t have, and that has caused fresh worries.”
Yeah, “worries” that only lend credibility to the suspicion that an inside-system terrorist attack may have been planned for Austin, Texas, but has now been brought to the public’s attention – possibly by a whistleblower who leaked the Homeland Security warning without authorization.