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Wikileaks Document Says Al-Qaeda Used SEGA Cartridges

Posted on Monday, April 25 @ 13:41:19 Eastern by


A Wikileaks document has surfaced that suggests Al-Qaeda may have used SEGA game cartridges to disguise remote-firing devices. The below excerpt has been pulled from the report:

Remote-controlled firing devices disguised in Sega game cartridges: Detainee discussed remote-controlled firing devices (RCFDS) which were found during raids on Karachi in September 2002, These were built inside black Sega videogame cassette cartridges to protect the (RCFDS) and to make them appear innocuous.

You might want to double-check that Michael Jackson's Moonwalker cartridge you just bought from eBay last week, you never know...

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