Friday, April 18, 2008

Freedom Tower plans trashed

I don't know about you, but this makes me feel safe...

Two sets of confidential blueprints for the planned Freedom Tower, which is set to rise at Ground Zero, were carelessly dumped in a city garbage can on the corner of West Houston and Sullivan streets, The Post has learned.


Experts said the detailed, floor-by-floor schematics contain enough detail for terrorists to plot a devastating attack.

"Secure Document - Confidential," warns the title page on each of the two copies of the 150-page schematic that a homeless, recovering drug addict discovered in the public trash can.


Anonymous said...

the freedom tower looks okay, but no better than that. So maybe the blueprints for it belong in the trash.

verdi said...

As "Pogo The Possum" once said,
"We have met the enemy and he is us"!

("Pogo" is an old school
comic strip character, for those who may be unfamiliar with him).

Anonymous said...

Must have given it to some brutish third world contractor type who decided they did not want the project.

So they tossed it.

Who gives two shits about America? This is a place to make money and run.

Anonymous said...

The young homeless dude who found these blueprints deserves some type of reward for discovering these palns. Hopefully, he is off the streets by now.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he took them to Kinkos
to copy and send them to Al Queda!