Neo-Cons in heaven with nasty IS computer to claim planning of a bubonic plague bomb! Oh my!
An Islamic State laptop computer found in Syria allegedly contains plans to build chemical weapons for spreading bubonic plague.
The computer, now in Antakya, Turkey, belonged to a Tunisian militant named Muhammad S., who studied university-level chemistry and physics. It was found at an abandoned IS base in Idlib, Syria, by moderate rebel forces, and contains detailed instructions on explosives construction, the use of disguises while travelling, and chemical weapons plans, according to the magazine Foreign Policy, whose reporters were shown the laptop.