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Re: Terrorist attack? Tribeca : 6 Dead, 9 Injured, truck used was Jersey City Home Depot truck
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Rumor has it ELLEN is up another Emmy... this one is for television journalism involving her hard hitting investigative interview with the hotel security and maintenance guys.


Why would anyone care about Ellen for anything other than entertainment? And what the hell does she have to do with this? I'll save you the bother of having to answer - nothing.


Apparently you don't watch ELLEN... when the MSM went dark reporting the incident, except for occasional summaries of daily press conferences, ELLEN picked up the investigative reporting torch that was dropped. Many people had your exact same reaction.

Never fear though, I heard the FBI is taking over the NYC investigation too... we are in good hands.

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Fox is reporting it's a Passaic Home Depot - not Jersey City.


I can see why NJ.com is blocking comments...

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In the Home Depot parking lot in Passaic, a white Toyota Sienna with Florida plates was cordoned off by Passaic County sheriff department officers while an FBI officer with a sniffer dog was checking all the vehicles in the car park.

A white Toyota Sienna with Florida plates parked in the Home Depot parking lot in Passaic. (Photo by Allison Pries)
A white Toyota Sienna with Florida plates parked in the Home Depot parking lot in Passaic. (Photo by Allison Pries)

A Passaic County bomb squad vehicle also was at the scene.

Police at the Home Depot refused to comment and kept media away from the car. One officer said, "The scene is too fresh."

The Deputy Chief Deputy Chief Christopher Storzillo, a spokesman for the Passaic Police, said the department was involved in a "multi-jurisdictional investigation." However, he refused to answer any other questions about the investigation.

The Home Depot remained open amid the police presence. An assistant manager, who did not want to be identified, said the store had no comment about the investigation. "We don't know anything."

The chain's national office said it was working with the New York Police Department.

"This was a Home Depot rental truck and we're fully cooperating to assist authorities in their investigation. At this point you'll need to speak with them for any additional information," Home Depot Spokesman Matt Harrigan said Tuesday.

He referred all other questions, about the incident, including where and when the truck was rented, to law enforcement.

In order to rent a truck at Home Depot, drivers have to give a driver's license, insurance information and a credit card deposit, Harrigan said.

Photos from the scene in downtown Manhattan show the front end of the pick-up truck badly damaged, reportedly from crashing into a bus.


During a press conference Tuesday afternoon, a spokesman for the NYPD said police went out and did extensive outreach to the truck rental business after ISIS said two years ago it was planning car attacks. "We visited over 140 truck rental locations in this area - the obvious ones, UHaul, Ryder, Home Depot, etc. - and talked about suspicious indicators. After the attacks in Germany, and after Nice, we repeated those messages two more times, either by telephone or email or going back to the same places. The industry has had a high level of awareness on this matter from the NYPD."

Home Depot offers flatbed pickup trucks for $50 dollars down and $19 for the first 75 minutes, according to its website.

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2017 ... ipov_arrest_police_s.html

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Rumor has it ELLEN is up another Emmy... this one is for television journalism involving her hard hitting investigative interview with the hotel security and maintenance guys.


Why would anyone care about Ellen for anything other than entertainment? And what the hell does she have to do with this? I'll save you the bother of having to answer - nothing.

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Amazing how nj.com has shut off comments on any pieces about the terrorist attack.

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It amazing how the media has shutdown reporting / investigating the atrocity in Las Vegas.

Rumor has it ELLEN is up another Emmy... this one is for television journalism involving her hard hitting investigative interview with the hotel security and maintenance guys.

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Amazing how nj.com has shut off comments on any pieces about the terrorist attack.

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Fox is reporting it's a Passaic Home Depot - not Jersey City.

Prayers to the victims and their families.


Could well be - that would be near were he lives.

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Saipov is an Uzbek national and came to the U.S. in 2010, NBC News reported.

Police surrounded a mosque and surrounding garden apartments in Paterson Tuesday evening. Omar Khan, a 17-year-old who said he prays at the mosque five times a day, said he did not remember seeing Saipov.

A man who said he lived at 167 Genesse St. in Paterson, NJ claimed to be Saipov's neighbor. He said he had only seen Saipov at the local mosque a few times but remembers seeing him with his wife and two children around town. He said he often saw Saipov standing on the corner talking to friends, or taking his children out of the car.

The neighbord said Saipov drives a white van with Florida plates and has lived in Paterson for a few months.

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2017 ... _killer_sayfullo_sai.html

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Where was it reported that the truck was from JC Home Depot?


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Fox is reporting it's a Passaic Home Depot - not Jersey City.

Prayers to the victims and their families.

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The man taken into custody by the New York Police Department after Tuesday's terror attack that killed at least eight is 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov of Tampa, Florida, according to an ABC News report.

Police stopped Saipov in Mount Holly Springs Borough, Pennsylvania, just south of Carlisle, in March 2015 and he gave police a Paterson, New Jersey address, according to court records. He also was stopped in 2012 in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, just east of Hershey, and also listed a Paterson address.

Saipov is an Uzbek national and came to the U.S. in 2010, NBC News reported.

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2017 ... _killer_sayfullo_sai.html

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He first hit a school bus - then after hitting all those on the bike path for 20 blocks - this 29 year old got out and yelled Allah is the greatest (allah 'akbar) - and then tried to commit suicide by Police using fake guns.

Sorry, but I will not be going to the Halloween parade in the village tonight.

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Again with this bullshit.

Maybe Trump's immigration policies ain't such a bad thing....

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Tribeca Shooting: At Least 4 Dead, 4 Injured, Sources Say
Breaking: Police responded to shots fired around Chambers and West streets near the West Side Highway in Tribeca. There is no active threat.

By Brendan Krisel (Patch National Staff) - Updated Oct 31, 2017 4:20 pm ET

Tribeca Shooting: At Least 4 Dead, 4 Injured, Sources Say
TRIBECA, NY — At least four people were killed and more injured when a truck sped down the West Side Highway bike path, crashing into cyclists and pedestrians before its driver started firing what appeared to be a gun, sources and witnesses said.

Police initially responded to reports of a shooting near West and Chambers streets, NYPD officials announced. Initial reports indicate at least four people are dead and four more are injured, law enforcement sources told Patch.

One person is in custody, an NYPD spokeswoman told Patch.

Witnesses and police said that the truck hit multiple pedestrians and cyclists before crashing, the Associated Press reported. The truck driver got out of the vehicle after the crash and appeared to fire a gun, the AP reported.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has been briefed on the situation and there is no active threat, a City Hall spokesman said on Twitter. The mayor is headed to the scene, law enforcement sources told Patch.

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The West Side Highway has been shut down from Battery Park to Canal Street, New York 1 reported.

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