IP: Attack on California's electric power infrastructure from risks (fwd)

Michael Dillon michael at memra.com
Fri Jun 6 01:37:34 UTC 1997

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Date: Thu, 05 Jun 1997 18:49:00 -0400
From: David Farber <farber at cis.upenn.edu>
To: ip-sub-1 at majordomo.pobox.com
Subject: IP: Attack on California's electric power infrastructure  from  risks

for those of you who drive south of San Jose on Route 1-1, note the very
large interconnect power station a few 100 ft off of 101 and easily damaged
with a rifle or a granade. Maybe that is why they increased security at the
US Power Dams several months ago.

Do you sleep better at night?


Date: Wed, 04 Jun 1997 17:35:47 -0400
From: "Betty G.O'Hearn" <betty at infowar.com>
Subject: Attack on California's electric power infrastructure

This morning's IWAR Situation Report contains information about an attack on
the electric power infrastructure in California.  Although the attack used
conventional weapons, it is one of the first attacks on the power
infrastructure possibly linked to a political situation.  Surf over to:
http://www.iwar.org, log in, and get a password.  [...]

Betty at infowar.com, Assistant to Winn Schwartau

  [Over 60 rounds were fired at a Pacific Gas and Electric substation in
  Redwood City, CA, knocking out power in the area.  A Confederate flag and
  a newspaper with the headline of the McVeigh's guilty verdict were found
  on the fence surrounding the facility.  PGN]

******Remember  19 June in San Fran******

Look at http://www.eff.org/fillmore

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