Feds Warn of Disguised Terroists at Super Bowl
The government says there is no terroist threat to the Super Bowl on Sunday February 6. But U.S. intelligence officials say groups like al Qaeda are still interested in carrying out attacks at such a high profile event.
Having tight security around the large stadium is likely to deter attacks at the event. Although this is a very good thing, there are some concerns about the less secure targets, such as nearby hotels and restaurants.
Federal law enforcement officials said there was no specific threat to the championship game in Arlington, Texas.
There have been no specific threats to the game, but there are concerns that some terroists might try to get inside the events by impersonating officals.
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