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Khabarovsk kids used Al-Qaeda name to threaten Principal
6.11.2009 23:00
Khabarovsk kids used Al-Qaeda name to threaten Principal

Several Khabarovsk teenagers invented a new way to disrupt a school test they threatened the principal with Al-Qaeda attack.
      
      The day before the test was planned, the kids left a note in the Principal's office. The note said: We're from Al-Qaeda, there are four of us and we are going to bomb the school tomorrow, mercury is spilt about the building!.
      The Russian special-service agents came to the school immediately, and luckily didn't find any spilt mercury or bombs. Still, the test was postponed.
      
      The first suspect is a 14-year-old teenager the police recognized his handwriting. He and his companions may get three years in prison for knowingly giving false information about a terrorist act.
      
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      www.lenta.ru


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