Thursday, February 18, 2010

Feds: Plane 'intentionally' crashed into IRS building

WORLDNETDAILY reports -- A pilot of a private plane set his house on fire, stole a small aircraft and deliberately crashed into a seven-story building that houses offices of the Internal Revenue Service in Austin, Texas, a federal official says.

CNN reports the official has confirmed the attack at 9:40 a.m. today was intentional. Two F-16fighter jets were launched after the crash.

Authorities say the plane is registered to Austin resident Joseph Andrew Stack, 53. Authorities have confirmed that Stack actually piloted the plane as it flew into the building this morning. A teenage girl who lives in his home reportedly said her father had set his Austin house on fire.

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1 comment:

Roger Duval said...

Janet Napolitano and every left wing blog is going to try to claim this as proof that the US faces "equal dangers" from right wing terrorists as we face from Al-Qaeda. The problem is, this truly is a one person crime, not a mass jihad. If anyone owes money to the IRS, get ready for some serious profiling to be headed your way.