FBI supplies fake explosives – again.
Douglas L. Wright, 26; Brandon L. Baxter, 20; and Anthony Hayne, 35, were arrested by members of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force Monday night on charges of conspiracy and attempted use of explosive materials to damage physical property affecting interstate commerce.
Also arrested were Connor C. Stevens, 20, and Joshua S. Stafford, 23.
According to the complaint, the suspects initially planned to use smoke grenades to distract law enforcement so that they could topple financial institution signs atop high rise buildings in Cleveland. However, the plot later called for the use of C-4 explosives, authorities said.
How does something go from thoughts of smoke bombs and sign wrecking to obtaining alleged C-4 in an alleged attempt to blow up a bridge? Oh, insert undercover FBI agent who makes suggestions to do it, supplies items and creates the illusion that it’s possible?
“The individuals charged in this plot were intent on using violence to express their ideological views. The Joint Terrorism Task Force will continue to be vigilant in its efforts to detect and disrupt any terrorism threat, domestic or international,” Anthony said.
Seems more like the FBI was intent on escalating charges using faux terrorism techniques.
The FBI said today there was no danger to the public because the explosive devices were inoperable and were controlled by an undercover FBI employee.
Three men were arrested Monday on charges of conspiracy and trying to use explosive to damage property affecting interstate commerce.
Does this tie in somehow to Special Agent Steve Molesky’s crew going about inserting themselves into groups and asking how people feel about blowing up buildings and killing people?
Nacco said the college received a “vague phone threat” at approximately 2 p.m. today.
Union County College has had six bomb threats in four weeks — five at the Cranford campus and one in Plainfield. The school has evacuated an unprecedented five times this month, officials say, most recently on Friday afternoon.