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Al Qaeda meeting uncovered in online multiplayer game
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Friday, August 28, 2015, 15:45:UTC)(
22 July 2008
Upon completion of training, the assault team converged on the meeting's location, in what used to be known as "The Wilderness" This section of the game was originally created to allow players to fight each other without much in the way of rules, but after the Al Qaeda meeting was dissolved, JaGex promised to alter those rules in order to prevent something like this from ever happening again. The terrorists were not expecting a full scale assault, and were quickly overcome. It was then, however, that Murdochstien realized that they could in no way capture the actual members of the meeting. It's just a damn online game!, he complained to his immediate superiors. What exactly did you expect me to do?!? Fortunately, the entire ordeal was not a complete loss, the accounts created by the Al Qaeda members were permanently banned from the game, and the Wilderness was changed soon after to prevent further terrorist intrusion. All in all, you have to commend them for their choice of location, said a high-ranked FBI official who shall remain nameless. It's the one place no one would ever look for them.
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