Jan 19 2016
Nine New Jersey high schools have been evacuated or placed on lockdown, after receiving threats of mass shootings. A caller also said he set bombs at the schools. The schools are located in Bergen County, just across the river from New York City.
NBC At least three of the schools received the threat via voicemail, WNBC reported.
The threats came to high schools in Leonia, Tenafly, Teaneck, Garfield, Fair Lawn, Hackensack, Englewood and Bergenfield, according to Bergen County Sheriff’s spokesman Michael Saudino, as cited by the local media. Clifton High School, in Passaic County, also received a bomb threat via voicemail.
“At this time, there is no indication of any validity to the threat,” said a statement from police in Clifton, NJ, which is in Passaic County. “However, all precautions are being taken in order to ensure safety of the entire school district.
See…Muslim terrorists don’t actually have to do anything to terrorize a nation. Just the threat is enough.
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