April 3, 2012 12:00 AM
Investigators are trying to figure out why this was posted online and who posted it. The graphic shows a father and son walking along an empty New York City street and says “Al Qaeda — Coming Soon Again In New York.”
“They always try to sell fear. That’s what terrorism is all about,” NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said.
1010 WINS’ Carol D’Auria reports
Police said the graphic was posted in the “artwork and design” section of an overseas website that has featured al Qaeda material in the past.
Sources told CBS 2′s Marcia Kramer the threat appeared on what they call a “tier-one” website, possibly based in Indonesia, that is frequently used by jihadists and al Qaeda terrorists to exchange information, recruit members and incite actions
Kramer: “What are these websites used for basically?”
Kelly: “Propaganda. They put out propaganda. They want to keep the message out there. They want to keep the issue out there "
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