Al Qaeda Had A Plan To Kill Lockheed-Martin CEO


The Mumbai attack trial in Chicago, Illinois produced a bit of news today: Al Qaeda was planning to kill the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed-Martin, Robert Stevens. The terror organisation was reportedly irked that drones made by Lockheed-Martin were wreaking such havoc on Al Qaeda encampments and supposed “safe havens.”  They hatched a plan to assassinate the company’s CEO.

It came to naught, apparently.

US military officials credit the RQ-170 Sentinel (the next generation drone made by Lockheed-Martin) with playing a crucial role in the daring raid that led to the elimination of Osama bin Laden.