Tonight, the first bit of intelligence recovered in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound has been released.
It shows that al-Qaeda was considering an attack on U.S. trains.
Homeland security officials say the plot was only in the very beginning stages, and there's no active plans for such an attack right now.
Security officials at the state's train stations are being vigilant as always.
The MTA released a statement to News 8 that read "This is another reminder that our transit system remains a top target and we must always remain vigilant. While there is no specific threat, we remain at high alert in coordination with our local, state and federal law enforcement partners. As always, we remind our customers to inform a police officer or MTA employee if they see anything unusual."
"I think he had a plan to attack trains and he wasn't finished with America," says Yael Polanco of Trum
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