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A Connecticut man was being sought Monday in the failed plot to blow up a bomb-laden SUV in Times Square, sources said.
This "person of interest" bought the 1993 Nissan Pathfinder that was abandoned with the engine running - and with primitive, but potentially deadly payload in the rear - just two weeks ago, law enforcement and police sources told The Daily News.
Investigators aren't certain whether he is the same man who drove the rolling bomb to the Crossroads of the World, but he has not been seen by his girlfriend - and has not shown up at his home or job - since the frightening i
Originally posted by ZindoDoone
reply to post by loveguy
No. The gasoline flares up and when help arrives the propane blows from the heat before it can be cooled and takes anyone near with it. Two stage bomb plans are being shown on many sights on the internet. No matter, it's pretty damned easy and stupid to get blown up yourself playing with stuff like this.
Also, If it was a white guy it still could be terrorists affiliated with Al Queda. The guys that wrote those threats to South Park are converts and white Americans! It was directly across from Viacom. They own Comedy Central!
Originally posted by ziggy1706
ooo what city in CT? i live in CT!
A man suspected of attempting to detonate a car bomb in New York City has been arrested. Faisal Shahzad, a US citizen of Pakistani origin, is accused of driving the explosives-laden car into Times Square on Saturday evening. He is due to appear in court in Manhattan later. US Attorney General Eric Holder said Mr Shahzad was arrested at John F Kennedy Airport attempting to board a flight to Dubai.