posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 03:15 AM
Another closure on Monday November 5th at the New Westminster Station for a pipe object that was "found" by a guy on a bike who handed it to a
member of the staff. This one was subsequently blown up by water cannon by the bomb disposal unit. As they left behind all the white material that
came out of it, it couldn't have been explosive or dangerous.
About the first incident on Friday. From the
Globe and Mail
"Three cylinders were tied together before somehow ending up on the tracks. [spokesman] Ms. Drennan said they might have been thrown from a
neighbouring hillside. She said it would have been virtually impossible to drop the device from the train. One of the trains dragging the device to
that particular spot also appears unlikely"
Sure, maybe it was thrown. Or dropped/thrown by maintenance staff. Or fell off the bottom or coupling of one of the passing trains. Interesting
that they fail to consider all the possibilities.
"In a media scrum Monday Justice Minister Shirley Bond said preliminary findings show the bomb may have been related to Halloween shenanigans"
It looks like none of the incidents were in fact of any consequence. I bet I could find 10 objects every single day if I looked up and down the
tracks and inside / outside of all the stations. Some might even be plastic pipes, watches, handbags or fire extinguishers. Some might be fireworks,
lighters, or propane bottles. Just because they are explosive, doesn't mean they are "Explosives! - placed with intent".
What bugs me most, is the failure to correct the "early reports", and tell the truth of the situation. All the reports in media and social media
keep talking about all the bombs, when there AREN'T any.