U.S. CHEMICAL WEAPONS BASE INTRUDERS 'NOT HUMAN'!
The Army's chemical-weapons arsenal in Arkansas was invaded by "three individuals on foot," but an intense manhunt found nothing on the base -- no people, no footprints, nothing.
"Whatever breached security at Pine Bluff Arsenal late Tuesday night wasn't human," the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported Friday.
The security officer who spotted the intruders clearly described "three unidentified intruders near a stockpile of deadly chemical weapons," Pine Bluff officials said.
Immediately after the intruders appeared, officials at the weapons base were certain three "people" had somehow breached security.
But the Associated Press now claims Pine Bluff's commander, Col. Brian S. Lindamood, has dismissed the intruders as "wildlife."
But Lindamood said no such thing. This is his statement:
"There's no doubt in my mind that the officer saw something, but it wasn't human.