Read More:BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Dozens of small, old rocket warheads were stolen from a train carrying military equipment from Romania to Bulgaria, officials said Monday.Authorities promised that the 64 warheads posed no danger to the public but offered varying explanations why. The Romanian national police said there was no risk because they were not attached to rockets. Spokesman Florin Hulea declined to provide further details.Two daily newspapers cited officials close to the investigation as saying the warheads did not contain explosives. The papers, Evenimentul Zilei and Adevarul, did not identify their sources. Bulgaria’s Economy Ministry said the warheads belonged to 122mm (4.8-inch) diameter Grad rockets, which are typically fired from vehicle-mounted multiple-rocket launchers It said in a statement the shipment was part of a transfer of “nonfunctional components and parts” for reprocessing at the VMZ factory one of Bulgaria’s largest military factories in Sopot, central Bulgaria, where the components and parts were to be replaced and the warheads prepared for sale.
Me, personally, I would not be resting well at night, until someone within "My circle of trust" absolutely swore on the life of their child, that there was nothing to be worried about, until then, I would sweat a little. I am not sure about the rest of you, but if these guys can swipe 64 war-heads off of a train, what else could they hijack, maybe the whole freaking train that carried other items of concern. I would not want to wake up one night to hear missiles raining down on any city, much less mine.
All I can say is I am happy they did not swipe'em them from here...because all the lefties would do is just..............................blame POOR OLE GEORGE