Inauguration Security Documents

Just a quick note: Cryptome has made public a pair of “official use only” and “law enforcement sensitive” government documents relating to next week’s inauguration. One is a “daily summary” (PDF!) from the Washington Regional Threat and Analysis Center, which contains so much of potential interest that, seriously, you should just click the link and dowload it now.

The other is a joint threat assessment for the inauguration (3MB zipped PDF file), which also contains all kinds of goodness best summed up as “nobody has any specific or credible evidence, but they’re still really, really scared something bad is going to happen”.

Download ’em while you can, and be the first person on your block to have all the inside details on who’s concerned about whom, what, and why.

Published in: General, Security | on January 16th, 2009| Comments Off on Inauguration Security Documents

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