Second Life Virtual Community Suffers First Terrorist Attack

By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published:   Updated: Apr 7 2011 • References: whatpc & news.agendainc
Virtial terrorists in Second Life have bombed a virtual American Apparel outlet and Reebok store. The terrorist plot was carried out by a group of orgranized Second Lifers who believe, "The population of the world should have a say in the running of the world."

The terrorist group is called the Second Life Liberation Army.

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