Saturday, July 07, 2007

Federal Plans For Border Crossing Station Found In Dumpster

Not just any dumpster ... a news dumpster.

The 189 page document was prepared for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. General Services Administration.

There's nothing quite like the bad guys getting their hands on government blueprints is there?


Sensitive government documents turned up in KXAN Austin News' Dumpster in Central Austin.

Included in the bound 189-page document were preliminary plans for the expansion of a U.S.-Mexico border crossing station in El Paso.

The document was clearly marked "Homeland Security", and you may have already guessed ... the government has no comment.


1 comments to "Federal Plans For Border Crossing Station Found In Dumpster"

Anonymous said...
1:25 PM

...Sounds a little set up...Not every day do I go and dispose of my paperwork in any random dumpster. I usually use the services of my workplace which doesn't have much to do with any news agency. For that matter I would have to go out of my way to even get to the dumpster of a news agency. And even if the building of a gov. agency was next door to a news agency not too many people would walk the extra distance...We are of course overweight for good reason...we are truly lazy.



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