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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Authorities revealed Tuesday that a man carrying a loaded shotgun was arrested in January near the U.S. Capitol, and explosives left in his truck nearby went undetected for three weeks. ...Now U.S. Capitol Police are investigating how their bomb squad missed the bomb....
Terrance Gainer, the Senate sergeant-at-arms, told The Washington Post the device in Gorbey's truck, which was parked about two blocks from the Capitol, "could have caused serious injuries," if detonated
Originally posted by MrWendal
Whats really going on is more "conditioning". If the police didn't have to wait three weeks to get a search warrant then they would have found the "bomb" that same day and no one would be at risk. This is just planting the seeds for what is to come. You have to crawl before you run.
Congressman Says Capitol Police 'Screwed Up' Handling Truck Containing Bomb.
The top Republican on the House panel that oversees the security of the Capitol says "there was obviously a screw up" in how U.S. Capitol Police handled the impoundment of a truck later found to contain a crude explosive device.....
The truck was towed and stored at the Government Printing Office garage, located just a few blocks from the Capitol and the bustling Union Station......
"You just can't say it was a screw-up and move on," Lungren said. "Someone has to be held accountable."