The threat is clearly Islamic but who do the British authorities point the finger at? America.
Police are calling it a hoax but it is not hoax and it is no joke. This is terror.
The UK is under siege so what do they do? Ban those who speak candidly about the ideology behind this war.
You can’t make this stuff up.
Mass bomb hoax emails demanding cash payments are sent to more than 400 schools and colleges across the UK ‘from mystery figure in the US’
Schools around the country have received a threat thought to originate in the US
Police in London, Bristol and the North East are among those investigating
Detectives in the North West believe there is ‘no viable’ threat to schools
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By Richard Spillett, Crime Correspondent For Mailonline, 19 March 2018:
Hundreds of schools and colleges around the country have been receiving bomb hoax emails in a scare which is thought to have originated in the US.
More than 400 schools and colleges across the country received an email which claimed a bomb had been planted and would be detonated if cash wasn’t handed over.
Police forces in London, Bristol, Liverpool, Bedfordshire and the the North East are among those investigating.
Parents at some schools have asked to be able to pick their children up amid fears over the emails.
Schools around the country have been sent a bomb hoax email today. Parents are sharing this picture, said to be of the email sent around. Police have not confirmed whether this is the email involved, but say the message sent to schools is thought to originate from the US
Signs were put up outside Cardinal Road School in Feltham had signs up this morning
Parents were asked to collect their children following the bomb hoax threat email
Students at Bristol Free School said they were met by police officers at the gates this morning and searched.
One pupil told the Bristol Post: ‘The police are currently searching our bags and persons for unknown items.
‘We have been told not to leave the class rooms… we are scared and confused and have no idea what is going on.’
Fake bomb threats were also received by 19 schools across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Six schools across Hertfordshire were among those affected: Abbots Hill in Hemel Hempstead, Valley School in Stevenage, The Sele School in Hertford, Duncombe School in Hertford, Stanborough School in Watford and St Albans High School.
Hertfordshire Police say that at this stage there is nothing to suggest the threats are credible.
It is thought emails have been sent from the United States and claim that a device has been planted.
A spokesman said: ‘We take incidents of this nature extremely seriously and an investigation is underway. Anyone with information that may assist the investigation is asked to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary via the non-emergency number 101.’
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