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Suspicious Package to U.S. not from Yemen; Yemenia Air Cargo Director

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  • It was probably from Langley, VA, the point of origin for most suspicious crap. --Citizens for Legitimate Government
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  • CNN reported the suspicious package tested negative for explosive material
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  • United Arab Emirates (UAE)  rejects US claims on Flight 201
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Yemen Post Staff

Mohammed al-Shaibah, Air Cargo Director for Yemenia Airways said to Yemen Post, "No UPS cargo plane left Yemeni lands over the land 48 hours. These accusations are false and baseless."
He added, "No UPS or DHL cargo packages heading to Chicago through Yemen took place in the last 48 hours as well."

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"All packages are checked very carefully in Yemen, and there is no evidence to prove that this package came through Yemen."


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CNN reported the suspicious package, which contained a "manipulated" toner cartridge, tested negative for explosive material, the source said, but it led to heightened inspection of arriving cargo flights in Newark, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a UPS truck in New York.

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United Arab Emirates (UAE)  rejects US claims on Flight 201, PressTV

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  • The United Arab Emirates' Civil Aviation Authority has rejected claims that a US-bound Emirates' flight from Dubai contained "suspicious" parcels from Yemen. Fighter jets were scrambled on Friday to accompany an Emirates plane into New York's JFK airport after a security alert, US media reported. Emirati authorities, however, said flight 201 carried no 'suspicious' cargo from Yemen as claimed by US-Canadian military agency NORAD. UAE officials rejected the claim and said the plane was not a source of threat.
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  • Well, it appears that this false flag is may have a much shorter 'unraveling' shelf life than others. --Citizens for Legitimate Government
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