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+ - 'Military-Style' Raid on California Power Station Spooks U.S.-> 1

Submitted by Lasrick
Lasrick (2629253) writes "Interesting piece about April's physical attack on a power station near San Jose, California, that now looks like a dress rehearsal for future attacks: Quote: "When U.S. officials warn about "attacks" on electric power facilities these days, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a computer hacker trying to shut the lights off in a city with malware. But a more traditional attack on a power station in California has U.S. officials puzzled and worried about the physical security of the the electrical grid--from attackers who come in with guns blazing.""
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'Military-Style' Raid on California Power Station Spooks U.S.

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  • "military-style" doesn't describe anything beyond appearance, and appearances can be very deceiving (especially to the ignorant public or mainstream media).

    same as for "military-style" guns, which in many cases are no different to conventional hunting rifles but made to look "military-style" to increase sales... but the media get in a huff because they look scary. people buy the AR-15 because it is lightweight, has low recoil, is easy to use and maintain, relatively inexpensive, etc but the left get their k

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