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Anonymous Warns of Government "False Flag" Terrorist Attack In L.A.

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LOS ANGELES (KRON) — In a video released on YouTube a man wearing a mask and purporting to be a spokesman for Anonymous says it believes elements of the U.S. government may be behind the expected attack with the Citibank tower in downtown L.A. listed as a primary target.

The man in the video cites as evidence what he calls unusual police SWAT exercises near the building over the past few days. “Anonymous” also claims insurance coverage for everything but a terrorist attack has lapsed on the high-rise.

The video urges people who work or have business in the building to avoid it on Friday.

“To the share holders of these policies, you have been warned,” the man in the video says. “We do not forgive, we do not forget. Expect to be held accountable for your actions if you follow through with your sinister agenda. We will not tolerate your wicked greed in pursuit of more wealth and restructure. We are Anonymous. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.”

Police haven’t said if they’re aware of any threats against buildings in downtown L.A.

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