Base-Wide Alert After ISIS Breaks Into Soldier's Car
FORT BENNING, Ga. – An Army base in Georgia was placed on Threat Condition (THREATCON) Delta today, the highest force protection measures in the Department of Defense, after a military serviceman reported that the terrorist group ISIS had broken into his car.
The victim, Staff Sgt. Jason Boutros of the Army's Maneuver Center, reported to military police that his car had been forcibly entered during the night and his stereo and several loose pieces of military gear had all been removed from the vehicle.
"I came out to my driveway this morning, and there was a window smashed on my car," Boutros told Duffel Blog. Tragically, every single piece of Boutros' TA-50 gear was in the car at the time, and are presumed stolen.
Law enforcement sources speculate that ISIS may try to sell the stolen equipment at a local pawn shop in Columbus to raise money for additional terrorist activities.
ISIS, a terrorist organization with roots in Iraq and Syria, is responsible for overrunning large parts of the M…
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