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An intel group via the Daily Telegraph is claiming that an Al-Qaeda (the base, ??????? ) website is using Fallout 3 art as a visual aid to what it wants to turn Washington into.
According to private contractor The SITE Intelligence Group--itself based in Bethesda, Maryland--"extremists posted the (Fallout 3) image to a password-protected forum affiliated with al-Qaeda. ... This information was part of a report describing the general atmosphere in this forum with regard to extremists' discussions on weapons of mass destruction (WMD,) making it's context all the more important."
The SITE Intelligence Group, which bills itself as a "leading provider of intelligence and analysis to governments, organizations, and institutions across the world" made the claim as part of a public refutation of an article appearing in the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph. That piece claimed that SITE was "embarrassed" and "red-faced" because their report asserted terrorists, not Bethesda, had created the image. The article has since been removed from the The Daily Telegraph's Web site.