posted on Nov, 6 2004 @ 09:13 AM
There are two perhaps unrelated reports about explosives found on vehicles in Florida. The circumstances are different in each instance but it is
disturbing that both incidents have surfaced within days of each other.
Police said Jim Panaro drove his car to Donald's Auto Repair shop located at 57th Avenue and Johnson Street in Hollyood, Fla., after he noticed wires
dangling under the car's rear bumper.
A mechanic then found the explosive.
"It was wrapped in tape and had putty underneath," a Donald's mechanic said. "So, we put it up in the air and saw a wire running on top and then
called 911 right away."
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The owner of the vehicle has past ties to a group known to fund the IRA.
However, there is another incident being reported in New Smyrna Beach, FL that is even more disturbing as the vehicle was purchased at auction and
would appear at this time to be a random targeting. In this instance the explosives did not appear to be able to detonate.
Both incidents are still being investigated.
One can only hope this does not evolve into a trend.
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