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***** BREAKING NEWS *****: The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack

 
82ndAirborneSniper
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***** BREAKING NEWS *****: The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack
From the page: "ANAHEIM (KTLA) -- The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack under a bridge near the border of Anaheim and Placentia.

The backpack contained six grenades, blasting caps and fuse igniters and blasting powder, according to authorities."

[link to www.ktla.com]

six hand grenades, blasting caps, and blasting powder...wtf?! blasting caps are not normal items for someone to have/use...much less getting hands-on hand-grenades - only thing worse would have been C4 - this is definitely ex-military, probably someone who just got out or home and didn't know what to do with the contraband they did not turn back in or - likely an armorer (people in charge of disbursing weapons and munitions who have ready access to this type of equipment and are responsible for their accountability). i hope before eod blew the explosives they got the nomenclature and identification from the grenades so they could be traced back to the armory where they came from...this is what i knew would start occurring after troops returned back from the combat zones, that we have been in for over 10 years now. there was so much easy access to incredible amounts of dangerous munitions that both combat and non-combat troops, were handling on a daily basis that ultimately, statistically, i knew some would have to make it's way out into the civilian world. this worries and pisses me off...

these things have a danger radius of 25 meters, and kill radius of 15 meters...6 grenades spread at the right distance would cause a very wide area of damage. the combined "tamped" explosion of all six grenades in one backpack would have been significant to the bridge - but worse - carried into a public area would be beyond words. this is a pretty serious turn of events - in the hands of kids (yes they're probably kids) who stole these munitions is one thing - these kids selling these munitions to someone else is entirely another. this worries me greatly - and i knew in time it would happen...

public domain info on what these things are capable of...

[link to rdl.train.army.mil (secure)]

All military personnel should continue to maintain their 360 security where ever they go to make sure the public is safe now as well - just as we did for one another in combat zones...

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07/10/2012 04:32 AM
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Re: ***** BREAKING NEWS *****: The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack
From the page: "ANAHEIM (KTLA) -- The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack under a bridge near the border of Anaheim and Placentia.

The backpack contained six grenades, blasting caps and fuse igniters and blasting powder, according to authorities."

[link to www.ktla.com]

six hand grenades, blasting caps, and blasting powder...wtf?! blasting caps are not normal items for someone to have/use...much less getting hands-on hand-grenades - only thing worse would have been C4 - this is definitely ex-military, probably someone who just got out or home and didn't know what to do with the contraband they did not turn back in or - likely an armorer (people in charge of disbursing weapons and munitions who have ready access to this type of equipment and are responsible for their accountability). i hope before eod blew the explosives they got the nomenclature and identification from the grenades so they could be traced back to the armory where they came from...this is what i knew would start occurring after troops returned back from the combat zones, that we have been in for over 10 years now. there was so much easy access to incredible amounts of dangerous munitions that both combat and non-combat troops, were handling on a daily basis that ultimately, statistically, i knew some would have to make it's way out into the civilian world. this worries and pisses me off...

these things have a danger radius of 25 meters, and kill radius of 15 meters...6 grenades spread at the right distance would cause a very wide area of damage. the combined "tamped" explosion of all six grenades in one backpack would have been significant to the bridge - but worse - carried into a public area would be beyond words. this is a pretty serious turn of events - in the hands of kids (yes they're probably kids) who stole these munitions is one thing - these kids selling these munitions to someone else is entirely another. this worries me greatly - and i knew in time it would happen...

public domain info on what these things are capable of...

[link to rdl.train.army.mil (secure)]

All military personnel should continue to maintain their 360 security where ever they go to make sure the public is safe now as well - just as we did for one another in combat zones...

helicopter
 Quoting: 82ndAirborneSniper 18021370


They are probably from Eric Holder's office...another Fast & Furious gov't false flag operation.

The FBI staging another "FBI saves the day from itself again" psyop.
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Re: ***** BREAKING NEWS *****: The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack
From the page: "ANAHEIM (KTLA) -- The FBI was brought in Monday to help investigate the discovery of a cache of explosives in a backpack under a bridge near the border of Anaheim and Placentia.

The backpack contained six grenades, blasting caps and fuse igniters and blasting powder, according to authorities."

[link to www.ktla.com]

six hand grenades, blasting caps, and blasting powder...wtf?! blasting caps are not normal items for someone to have/use...much less getting hands-on hand-grenades - only thing worse would have been C4 - this is definitely ex-military, probably someone who just got out or home and didn't know what to do with the contraband they did not turn back in or - likely an armorer (people in charge of disbursing weapons and munitions who have ready access to this type of equipment and are responsible for their accountability). i hope before eod blew the explosives they got the nomenclature and identification from the grenades so they could be traced back to the armory where they came from...this is what i knew would start occurring after troops returned back from the combat zones, that we have been in for over 10 years now. there was so much easy access to incredible amounts of dangerous munitions that both combat and non-combat troops, were handling on a daily basis that ultimately, statistically, i knew some would have to make it's way out into the civilian world. this worries and pisses me off...

these things have a danger radius of 25 meters, and kill radius of 15 meters...6 grenades spread at the right distance would cause a very wide area of damage. the combined "tamped" explosion of all six grenades in one backpack would have been significant to the bridge - but worse - carried into a public area would be beyond words. this is a pretty serious turn of events - in the hands of kids (yes they're probably kids) who stole these munitions is one thing - these kids selling these munitions to someone else is entirely another. this worries me greatly - and i knew in time it would happen...

public domain info on what these things are capable of...

[link to rdl.train.army.mil (secure)]

All military personnel should continue to maintain their 360 security where ever they go to make sure the public is safe now as well - just as we did for one another in combat zones...

helicopter
 Quoting: 82ndAirborneSniper 18021370


They are probably from Eric Holder's office...another Fast & Furious gov't false flag operation.

The FBI staging another "FBI saves the day from itself again" psyop.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19213595


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