Thursday, November 25, 2010

Canadian military families receive fake death calls

Canadian military police are investigating fake calls to families of soldiers in Afghanistan claiming their relative has died in combat, authorities have said.

At least three families at a military base in Quebec have been targeted, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

One woman was reportedly told her husband had been killed by a bomb.

Police say those responsible could face jail time if caught.

Could? Perhaps a trip to Afghanistan would be more in order...

Read more here.

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