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Army: Un-manned drones could drop poison at Olympics

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(WTVR) The Olympic games get underway in just a few months. But for officials, not all of the focus is on the athletic competition, but deadly poison instead.

A senior army officer in London has warned of potential terrorist attacks during the Olympic games.

Lieutenant Colonel Brian Fahy said un-manned drones carrying deadly poison could be used.

He delivered the news at a meeting Friday.

The meeting addressed the concerns of London citizens who are worried about the army's plans to place missiles on the rooftops of apartment buildings.

Fahy went on to say soldiers will be prepared for anything during the games in July.