That’s what the Islamonazis hope to achieve, a saturation of threats and warnings with the hopes of one sneaking through.
Catalan regional government admits it received warning of possible attack
Officials say US intelligence information ahead of Barcelona killings was not regarded as credible
Authorities in Catalonia admitted on Thursday that the northeast region’s police force, the Mossos d’Esquadra, was warned about a possible terrorist attack on the La Rambla boulevard this summer.
On August 17, a van was driven at high speed down Barcelona’s central La Rambla boulevard, killing 14 people.
Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, the head of the Mossos d’Esquadra, Josep Lluís Trapero, and Catalonia’s chief of interior affairs, Joaquim Forn, said that the warning did not come from the CIA or any counter-insurgency agency in the United States, but refused to reveal the sources. “The warning was not very credible,” said Forn, adding that it was passed on to state authorities, which “didn’t see it as credible.”