Skip to comments.Explosives found near Labor Day parade route in N.J. town. One man in custody.
Posted on 09/02/2019 9:18:41 AM PDT by yesthatjallenEdited on 09/02/2019 9:20:37 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
A Middlesex County man is in police custody after several pipe bomb-like devices were found near the route of a Labor Day parade that the governor was set to attend Monday.
Officials detained a man on Monday morning after they found over half a dozen devices on his large property near South Plainfields Labor Day Parade route, according to a senior law enforcement official with the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.
The official described the suspect as a rogue individual in his 50s who liked explosives.
There’s always some villain in the background, jealous of others happiness and eager to rain feces on their flowery parades. Not this time, Pal! Lock Him Up!!
Maybe attach him to some of his explosives.
No mention of his name or religion.
rogue individual i
Non-right wing, non-white supremacist?
Why not? Since he’s always ‘enjoyed’ explosives so much!
May as well go out with a bang.
The official described the suspect as a rogue individual in his 50s who liked explosives...
I’m too lazy to open the article so I shouldn’t and won’t jump to conclusions.
Maybe a white dude full of hate.
But I’m not sure what “rogue” has come to mean.
Terrorists with deep ties to cells and networks have been called “rogue’.
A rogue individual?
No name. No description. No mugshot.
undoubtedly filled with ENVY fueled hate perpetuated by evil “progressives” whom have learned to exploit ENVY in the masses as a political tool.
All this story says is that they were found on his property and that his property is located on the parade route. Considering that he doesn’t get to choose the parade route and they were very low yield explosives it’s much more likely to just be a coincidence.
It’s likely that DHS just found out about him while doing an explosives sweep of the route but there’s no indication that he was targeting the route or anyone on it.
A man had brought a cooler of fireworks to the concert and then left the cooler near the venue, a senior New Jersey State Police official said. When questioned, the man said he brought the fireworks to the concert hoping they would be set off at the end.
When they would not allow it, the cooler was left at the concert site, prompting an investigation that led the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office to find more fireworks and homemade devices at the man's home.
There was no indication any of the devices were planted due to the parade, however the man's home was close to the parade route so the governor and law enforcement decided to cancel as a precaution, at New Jersey State Homeland official said.
A senior law-enforcement official told NBC 4 police had arrested Thomas G. Kaiser, 55. Gaiser had earlier been seen trying to deliver a homemade device to a band member at the concert, they said. The device was removed and determined to be a large m-80 firework.
“I what you say, paranoi”
Scarface :) I think that was the quote :)
The explosives were not powerful enough to kill anyone, he added.
so we're talking firecrackers?
Islam is crystallized evil. Humans created Islam, not the other way around. The exact same evil is present in all humans and will corrupt every assemblage just the same.
Attach him to at least 5 of them. One for each arm and each leg, and one for ..... Fastened to him with barbed wire, of course.
That is what it is sounding like.
Problem I believe that they were homemade and no taxes were paid.
The feds get real upset when people bypass their taxes. Like home grown tobacco, stills and small home grown wine. Remember the talk about back yard gardens during the Obama years. Same shiite
A 50 yr. Old man
With an M80 Firecracker.
I’m not sure
Rogue individual: perp doesn’t fit our narrative.
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