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Topic - Jeffrey Addicott
Seven foreigners were detained early Wednesday by Massachusetts authorities after being caught trespassing on a major reservoir that supplies drinking water to Boston, raising new terror fears in the grieving city, officials said.
"I think if they were casing the place out it was to perform a cyber attack on the system or to find a way to breach the reservoir," Addicott said.
Addicott said law enforcement is doing a public service by releasing the nationalities of the men.