To appear on the streets of American cities with an encyclopedia or a map in hand — then spend New Year's Eve at the police station. The FBI has issued a directive, according to which a person, for example, reading the guide, it may be a "terrorist."
And, as stated, the more complicated the name of the book, the greater the likelihood that the holder belongs to an extremist organization. According to the agency Associated Press, intelligence agencies have detained several suspicious travelers. And they seized encyclopedias found, it would seem understandable for such publications detailed maps and photos of U.S. cities with an indication of bridges, tunnels, dams. However, the FBI assured that findings suggest preparing a series of attacks, according to broadcaster NTV.