Official: Water complaints could be 'act of terrorism'USA Today
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And what's the crime for actually terrorizing people in order to influence their political beliefs? Oh that's right, that's explicitly terrorism, let's see if this criminal is charged with it. - ChrisNASHVILLE -- A Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation deputy director warned a group of Maury County residents that unfounded complaints about water quality could be considered an "act of terrorism."
"We take water quality very seriously. Very, very seriously," said Sherwin Smith, deputy director of TDEC's Division of Water Resources, according to audio recorded by attendees. "But you need to make sure that when you make water quality complaints you have a basis, because federally, if there's no water quality issues, that can be considered under Homeland Security an act of terrorism."