Onze nicht Tessa is niet meer. Wat een schok dat ze zo plotseling, samen met haar man Robert, is overleden. We bezochten haar nog in Pocatello toen we in Eugene woonden. Tessa zoals altijd erg hartelijk -net zoals haar moeder tante Net- en Robert brommerig. Zo was hij nu eenmaal. We wensen de kinderen Briėtte en Britt-Willem veel sterkte.
Our newsteam has downloaded and copied this article from APNews on the Topix blog so the public can be aware of what to expect in the near furure. To let you know that we got calls of threats that our America's Most Wanted news station will be blown up between this week and January of next year but police are trying to trace the call at this point:
Woodbridge, Virginia (APNews)-- Shots were fired Tuesday at a Coast Guard recruiting station in a Woodbridge, Virginia, strip mall, police said. No one was injured in the shooting, which was discovered this morning. It was unclear whether it was linked to a string of overnight shootings at military buildings in the Washington area in recent weeks but several fires were set in some storage units of some warehouses and bombs planted in some storage units on the other side of the building according to recent reports. "We got the call a little after 7 o'clock this morning about some arsons and shootings in the area," said 1st Sgt. Kim Chinn, spokeswoman for Prince William County police. "Employees of the Coast Guard recruiting station called to tell us there was some damage to the glass, and police arrived and determined it was probably done by a bullet and that they got calls of some people hanging around the areas late at night looking for trouble."
She said the shooting left a mark on the glass. "It did not penetrate the glass, more like a graze," she said.
Video from the scene showed officers in the parking lot of the recruiting center indicated that two people were starting a fire in one place and two people placing a bomb in another in the same area but near a gasline and an electric utility.
Asked whether the shooting is related to other overnight shootings at the Pentagon, a vacant Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly, Virginia, and the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Chinn said, "I would say it's relatively similar. We won't know until we get ballistics but we got calls of some people trying to blow up gaslines and some electric power plants recently."
Six shots were fired at the Pentagon early on October 19, authorities have said. The Marine museum shooting took place early on October 17, and 10 bullets were fired. Shots were fired at the Marine Corps recruiting station early on October 25, according to the FBI. No one was injured in any of the shootings but there is word that several criminals are planning to create mass murder and mayhem in every major city throughout the country to so called "end the world" and etc..
Chinn would not say how many bullets were found at the scene Tuesday. The Coast Guard referred questions to the FBI, saying it is taking the lead in the investigation. The FBI said it has sent personnel to the recruiting center.
APNews Updates, Brian Levine, Louis Parker, Mike Ahlers and Carol Lipton contributed to this report.