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Device found in rail yard not terrorism

An electronic motion detection device was found in a rail yard last week, raising suspicions, but officials said they found no evidence of any terrorist link. The device was turned over to the FBI. No arrests have been made and no extra security precautions have been taken, in part because rail officials were already on high alert because of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and the March 11 train bombing in Spain that killed 191 people. “If somebody leaves a briefcase, we call the bomb squad,” said Jim Whitaker, a spokesman for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Full Story

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