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Reports of Terrorist Attack in Wilkinsburgh
by Gravin Cinderry Sunday, Mar. 30, 2003 at 6:08 PM

Terrorists reportedly use chemical weapons on pedestrians March 30, 2003

Earlier today a highly organized group known only by a name derived from the Greek word for "citizen" committed an act of terrorism against Pedestrians in Wilkingsburgh, PA which included the use of chemical weapons. The group of about 40 terrorists were armed with a large array of highly specialized instruments, including dark blue uniform dress, several vehicles with quasi-military modifications, body armor and hand-wielded clubs, and small hand-held chemical weapons. Early reports indicate that as many as 4 people have been taken hostage.

The motives of the group, which allegedly has several independent cells operating all across the country, have yet to be determined, but it's believed they are a right-leaning organization in favor of the broad suppression of civil liberties. The government of Greece could not be reached for comment.

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