The FBI Busts Up Another Of Its Own Terrorist Plots And Politicians Rush To Blame The First Amendment

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Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

Like other recent sensational “terror plots,” however, the criminal complaint unsealed yesterday demonstrates the key role of an undercover law enforcement informant in both formulating and facilitating the alleged plot. It doesn’t appear that Velentzas or Siddiqui actually planned or attempted to bomb any target, nor is there any evidence of discussions about how to create a bomb before the introduction of the informant into their lives.

 

While Velentzas appeared to have latent sympathy with the Islamic State, contrary to sensational media reports she is not alleged in the criminal complaint to have had any contact with the group.

 

Their discussions allegedly progressed, with the informant and Velentzas meeting to talk in greater detail about how to create a bomb, using information gleaned from The Anarchist Cookbook, and discussing whether it would be appropriate to target a gathering of police officers with such a device. At several points in the complaint, Velentzas indicates her reticence about doing anything that might harm “regular people,” even criticizing the Boston Marathon bombers for killing and injuring civilians. During this time, the informant also provided both Velentzas and Siddiqui with printed copies of Inspire, including selected passages about how to create explosives.

– From the Intercept article: Informant Provided Bomb-Making Manual to Alleged “ISIS-Inspired” Plotters

What does a government wanting its population to remain in fear so as to justify a total surveillance state, and a military-intelligence industrial complex hooked on billions in wasteful corporate welfare do in the absence of genuine terrorist plots? Create artificial plots, naturally.

This disturbing trend has been covered here at Liberty Blitzkrieg and elsewhere in recent years. Read the following articles for a couple of recent examples:

Manufactured Terrorism – U.S. Officials Claim Credit for Stopping Another Terror Attack Created by the FBI

FBI Moves to Broaden Hacking Authority – Google Says it Poses “Monumental Constitutional Concern”

Moving along, yesterday it was announced that the Feds had broken up an “ISIS inspired plot” involving two New York women, Noelle Velentzas and Asia Siddiqui. While these ladies certainly appear deranged, what is also clear is that they are incredibly incapable. There seems very little chance that they could ever inflict serious damage to American society without assistance and encouragement from the FBI, which is exactly what the agency provided them.

We learn from the Intercept that:

In what has been widely described in the media as the breakup of an “ISIS-inspired” plot, on April 2 the Department of Justice announced that Noelle Velentzas, 28, and Asia Siddiqui, 31, both of New York, had been arrested and charged with conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction. The defendants “plotted to wreak terror by creating explosive devices” for use in New York City and sought “bomb-making instructions and materials” for an attack, the Justice Department statement said.

 

Like other recent sensational “terror plots,” however, the criminal complaint unsealed yesterday demonstrates the key role of an undercover law enforcement informant in both formulating and facilitating the alleged plot. It doesn’t appear that Velentzas or Siddiqui actually planned or attempted to bomb any target, nor is there any evidence of discussions about how to create a bomb before the introduction of the informant into their lives.

 

It was only after the informant provided the pair with a copy of The Anarchist Cookbook – a manual with instructions on how to create an explosive device — that their amateurish efforts gained any traction.

While Velentzas appeared to have latent sympathy with the Islamic State, contrary to sensational media reports she is not alleged in the criminal complaint to have had any contact with the group.

 

Over the following weeks, the informant repeatedly met with both defendants, even watching jihadist recruitment videos with them. On November 23, 2014, the informant brought a printed copy of The Anarchist Cookbook for Velentzas, even bookmarking the page containing bomb-making instructions.

 

At this point, according to the complaint, the informant and Velentzas had a discussion about “what they’re trying to achieve” with all the research about bombs. Velentzas then told the informant that she didn’t have any existing plans to do anything, and that “she would never want to hurt anyone.”

 

Nonetheless, their discussions allegedly progressed, with the informant and Velentzas meeting to talk in greater detail about how to create a bomb, using information gleaned from The Anarchist Cookbook, and discussing whether it would be appropriate to target a gathering of police officers with such a device. At several points in the complaint, Velentzas indicates her reticence about doing anything that might harm “regular people,” even criticizing the Boston Marathon bombers for killing and injuring civilians. During this time, the informant also provided both

 

Velentzas and Siddiqui with printed copies of Inspire, including selected passages about how to create explosives.

 

Around February 22, after months of discussion and cultivation, the informant and Velentzas went to Siddiqui’s residence, where they saw four propane gas tanks. Siddiqui said, “I got everything up in this joint … once we learn … I got everything up in this joint.”

 

There were no further recorded meetings between members of the group. On April 2, both Siddiqui and Velentzas were arrested and charged with conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, ostensibly utilizing the propane tanks seen in Siddiqui’s apartment in February.

There are several pretty incredible angles to this story. First of all, these “terrorists” had to be informed about the Anarchist Cookbook by an FBI informant. This is remarkable considering every kid in my junior high school knew all about this book when I was growing up. That’s a clear indication that this “ISIS inspired cell” was completely clueless and nowhere close to being ready to pull off any sort of attack without the FBI’s help.

Even worse, Dianne Feinstein is now calling for tossing aside the Constitution in order to ban this book, which the FBI had to inform the so-called terrorists about in the first place. You really can’t make this level of stupidity up. TechDirt covered this angle well:

Still, politicians never leave an opportunity like this unexploited, and so in jumps Senator Dianne Feinstein, arguing that the only proper way to deal with this is to, of course… censor the internet:

 

I am particularly struck that the alleged bombers made use of online bombmaking guides like the Anarchist Cookbook and Inspire Magazine. These documents are not, in my view, protected by the First Amendment and should be removed from the Internet.

 

For what it’s worth, Dianne Feinstein’s “view” is wrong. The Anarchist Cookbook is very much protected by the First Amendment. While the book is banned in other countries, who don’t have the equivalent of the First Amendment, it’s perfectly legal in the US. The FBI/DOJ has extensively investigated the Anarchist’s Cookbook in particular over the years, and as far back as 1997 directly told Senator Feinstein that she could not ban it. This is from the DOJ back in 1997:

 

Senator Feinstein introduced legislation during the last Congress in an attempt to fill this gap. The Department of Justice agrees that it would be appropriate and beneficial to adopt further legislation to address this problem directly, if that can be accomplished in a manner that does not impermissibly restrict the wholly legitimate publication and teaching of such information, or otherwise violate the First Amendment.

 

The First Amendment would impose substantial constraints on any attempt to proscribe indiscriminately the dissemination of bombmaking information. The government generally may not, except in rare circumstances, punish persons either for advocating lawless action or for disseminating truthful information — including information that would be dangerous if used — that such persons have obtained lawfully.

 

The complaint also lists many other books and magazines and web pages that the various people read throughout, and later has one of the wannabe terrorists thanking the undercover agent for introducing The Anarchist’s Cookbook to her.

 

As for the other document that Feinstein wants to censor, Inspire, is Al Qaeda’s magazine. And, again, reading through the complaint you see that it was actually the undercover agent who brought the magazine. The wannabe terrorist did ask the undercover agent to get it, and eventually it was the undercover agent who actually got it. Velentzas keeps asking the undercover agent to find a copy of Inspire, over and over again in the complaint until eventually the agent complies:

 

On or about December 24, 2014, the UC visited VELENTZAS and brought the Spring 2014 issue of Inspire magazine, as previously requested by VELENTZAS.

 

In other words, in neither case did the would be terrorists get the “bad” material from the internet. In both cases it came from the undercover FBI agent.

Yet Senator Feinstein wants to pretend they discovered the information on the internet, so that she can advocate censoring the internet. As politicians know all too well, you never let the truth get in the way of a good story. Particularly if the story can be used to further advance authoritarianism.

Stay scared ‘Merica. The government and intelligence industrial complex is here to help.

For related articles, see:

Manufactured Terrorism – U.S. Officials Claim Credit for Stopping Another Terror Attack Created by the FBI

FBI Moves to Broaden Hacking Authority – Google Says it Poses “Monumental Constitutional Concern”

FBI Documents Show Plot to Kill Occupy Leaders If “Deemed Necessary” – Yet Details Are Kept From the Public…Why?

The Full Letter Written by the FBI to Martin Luther King Has Been Revealed

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Stackers's picture

Another episode of Bait Car brought to you by the FBI

Save_America1st's picture

Hegelian Dialectic:  Problem-Reaction-Solutioin (False-Flag manufactured problem-disingenuous, fake emergency reaction-and pre-determined solution to further the agenda to steal liberty and freedom while strengthening the tyrannical police state)

jaap's picture

6 week cycle to keep the budget

knukles's picture

#censorfreespeechmatters

nmewn's picture

Shit, now I'm gonna have to go all black market underground.

At least I have a cookbook! ;-)

RU-GAY2's picture
RU-GAY2 (not verified) nmewn Apr 9, 2015 8:22 PM

Watching a video on Jade Helm.  Why do Americans keep pushing their sons and daughters to go into the Army, Navy and Marines as if it were some type of noble profession?  Or is this just another American riddle like the love/hate relationship with the Fed's paper rectangles?

nmewn's picture

Well, its good to know American riddles are universal, like the Peoples Bank of China or the Peoples Liberation Army. It just sounds so much more pleasant, inviting and inclusive when one throws the word "Peoples" in front of that.

Doesn't it? ;-)

ILLILLILLI's picture

So I guess that Dianne is done telling Bibi to STFU...??

nmewn's picture

I wouldn't know but the imperious condescending bitch tells everyone else to STFU.

NidStyles's picture

As a veteran that has actually been through demo-school in the military, I can assure everyone that the Anarchist Cookbook is virtually worthless. Most of the things inside of it will not work, and the ones that will are more dangerous to yourself than anything.

 

Had the dual-citizen Israeli Feinstein been even partially honest about her assessment, outside of the ulterior motives to begin attacking the First Amendment to restrict what is likely more dangerous and real information from moving about by using this well known fear mongering book, she would have had an independent study done to examine this book in detail. She would have known that the book is worthless, or perhaps that she does know, and the Anarchist Cookbook is merely a honeypot strategy for them?

 

Additionally, if you want a real Anarchist Cookbook, you would be reading up on organic and synthetic chemistry. Specifically the energy and reactants portions. Organic provides those large explosions. Synthetics usually allow you to contain it and shape it.

 

Paveway IV's picture

"...Most of the things inside of it will not work, and the ones that will are more dangerous to yourself than anything..."

Few people understand the origin of the Anarchist's Cookbook. William Powell wrote it in 1969 as a sort of backlash to the U.S. government and the possibility that he would be drafted and sent to Viet Nam. His 'expertise' in anarchy and subjects like phone hacking, drug making and explosives? He managed a bookstore in New York and copied bits and pieces from other fringe publications. In other words, he manually Googled all his anarchist techniques from dead tree sources before the internet existed in it's current form. 

The end result was pretty much the way you describe it, NidStyles. Everything in it was just wrong enough to be useless or dangerous. Pretty tame by comparison with some of the stuff you can dig up online today (which will surely bump up your XKEYSCORE an order of magnitude or two).

Funny though, back in the day just the rumor that anyone had a copy of this book was enough to draw the interest and awe of every junior high school kid that wanted to build a pipe bomb for yucks on a Saturday afternoon, learn how to get high off of banana peels or make free long-distance calls to their cousins in Oregon. We thought it was illegal to even own a copy in the 70's - I never actually saw one. Bits and pieces made it to the 'zine world in the 80's. I'm sure the book brought groans of agony from any real anarchists ever since it came out.

Powell never copyrighted the book. Fringe publishers hold the copyright and have been printing it ever since 1971. Hard to believe 1) it's still in print and 2) anyone would still buy a copy.

MEAN BUSINESS's picture

 

Steve Jobs compared The Whole Earth Catalog to Internet search engine Google in his June 2005 Stanford University commencement speech. "When I was young, there was an amazing publication called The Whole Earth Catalog, which was one of the bibles of my generation.... It was sort of like Google in paperback form, 35 years before Google came along. It was idealistic and overflowing with neat tools and great notions." During the commencement speech, Jobs also quoted the farewell message placed on the back cover of the 1974 edition of the catalog: "Stay hungry. Stay foolish."[6][7][8]

Kevin Kelly made a similar comparison in 2008:

For this new countercultural movement, information was a precious commodity. In the ’60s, there was no Internet; no 500 cable channels. [... The WEC] was a great example ofuser-generated content, without advertising, before the Internet. Basically, Brand invented the blogosphere long before there was any such thing as a blog. [...] No topic was too esoteric, no degree of enthusiasm too ardent, no amateur expertise too uncertified to be included. [...] This I am sure about: it is no coincidence that the Whole Earth Catalogs disappeared as soon as the web and blogs arrived. Everything the Whole Earth Catalogs did, the web does better.[9]

 

--------------------------------

Stewart Brand 2009:

Whole Earth Discipline - why dense cities, nuclear power, transgenic crops, restored wildlands, and geoengineering ARE NECESSARY

 

Paveway IV's picture

I never thought about it like that, MB. I would probably qualify Job's description with "...a counter-culture Google...". The establishement Google for most of us was the mildewy-smelling Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia at the library.

"...Everything the Whole Earth Catalogs did, the web does better..."

One thing the Whole Earth Catalog did NOT do was look back at YOU.

Sadly, that 'web does better' includes the nefarious ability for psychopaths to censor, revise, substitute or mis-attribute content unbeknownst to the user. Once they printed that year's WEC, it stayed printed. The web also created the ability for the government to track every time you access an article, how long you looked at it and your physical location and network you're using, what other sites you're looking at and - ultimately - who's account your using to access the internet. 

If a librarian demanded to know what parts of the Whole Earth Catalog you were looking at so they could report that back to the government, they would have been thrown in jail. Nowadays, government surveilance is too complicated and has lots of acronyms. The people's defense of the constitution had been dumbed-down to the point of WB's John Oliver piece: CaN THeY See MY D*CK? 

Now I understand why they forced us to read Ninteen Eighty-Four, THX_1138 and Fahrenheight 451 in high school - to prepare us for today.

MEAN BUSINESS's picture

Paveway IV, here's some historical perspective:

 

"it's all relative. When the street numbers came out in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the early 19th century, there were riots. People said "how dare you tell people where I live". Then somebody said "do you want your post delivered or don't you?" Oh. All right. 

And this is what happens all the time. Privacy is two things. It's what happens within your personal relationships and that's nobody's business, and the rest of it is what you do about your daily life and you've lost that privacy anyway because of this data exhaust that we all leave behind us that is picked up any time you do anything now. Every time you do anything now you leave some kind of cookie imprint somewhere...."

James Burke

----------------------

 

Interesting interview, fodder for some raging debate! I did comment on WB7's thread...

 

TeamDepends's picture

"But the keys was in the ignition! Car said, 'boy, you some kind of homo?'. My manhood was in question."

Condition 1SQ's picture

ROFL!  Anarchist cookbook, propane tanks, and a couple of half wits who needed their hands held.  Is this what we're getting for our fucking tax dollars?

hairball48's picture

Yes, this is what we get for our tax dollar now. Don't you feel safer?

 

/sarc

wombats's picture

Oh, YES! I feel so much safer now.

Knowing that the FBI is working so diligently to protrect us from such would-be terrorists as those 2 criminal masterminds just makes me feel so warm and cozy inside.

God Bless 'Merika.

WOAR's picture

I think it's funny that the FBI had to go so far out of their way to find these patsies. I mean, every single person who has seen Fight Club can make an explosive. Hell, I think everyone on this website could make one. Why don't they try grabbing one of us?

Of course, I also believe that none of us here are functionally retarded enough to be patsies...

Tall Tom's picture

Hell, I think everyone on this website could make one. Why don't they try grabbing one of us?

 

LMAO.  Because everyone on this website can make many more than one without using the "Blow Yourself Up To Smithereens" Maunal with the chemicals lying around the house..

 

They are afraid...of us.

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blowing winter (not verified) Stackers Apr 9, 2015 10:56 PM

I'm making over $7k a month working part time. I kept hearing other people tell me how much money they can make online so I decided to look into it. Well, it was all true and has totally changed my life. This is what I do... www.globe-report.com

Shumbies's picture

"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength"

Out by a couple of decades, but who's counting?

Tyranny is Love's picture

Fun fact. In two more years it will be 1984 years after Christ's Death. You've got two more years to wait.

lakecity55's picture

"Bait Bomb," the thrilling new TV series.

Watch as fbi stooges set up innocent people with dangerous explosives!

kchrisc's picture

"Are you angry, anxiety ridden, and and outcast? If so, we can help. Call F-B-I-T-R-E-A-S-O-N toll-free, and we'll connect you to one of our informants that we keep in a permanent state of extortion. They will then match you up to a plot that best fits you, and then connect you to our resources. Before you know it, you'll be the head of your very own plot, and have a new purpose in life. Call now, traitors are waiting."

The banksters need to repay us.

 

"So treasonous we have to generate our own plots to feed our beast."

Seek_Truth's picture

Problem > Reaction > Solution.

A Lunatic's picture

Anyone screwing around with recipes from the Anarchist Cookbook is more likely to burn, maim, or otherwise injure themselves than to successfully construct anything of value for purposes of 'mass destruction'. This shit with the FBI supplying the knowledge, supplies, and targets to deranged individuals in order to justify their existence is fucking CRIMINAL in itself. There was no foiled plot, just a sad tale of a few more people falling between the cracks in an unjust society ruled by psychopaths......

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

This is the only reason I hesitate cooking up a batch of Ricin. Going out with a Darwin Award. Too bad, it's not too complicated and so many today deserve a pellet in a leg.

Miffed

A Lunatic's picture

There are many things you can whip up in your own kitchen that are exceedingly toxic and could be ingested unknowingly by others. There is no law that will prevent anyone from doing this or committing any other form of violence against another. The fact that it does not happen with alarming frequency is what surprises the shit out of me, not so much when it actually happens.....

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

After 30 years as a microbiologist, I have had 2 associates die of infections ( one from meningococcemia, horrible death, her extremities turned black) from patient isolates using proper PPE, I hesitate to go down this path. Anyone doing so is either incredibly courageous or stupid. The problem is the complacency. You make a few batches, escape harm and your guard drops. This is when tiger trainers get mauled. Every time I stare at a loop full of tuberculosis under the hood I remind myself of this.

Miffed

MASTER OF UNIVERSE's picture

Microbiologists are a special breed IMHO. As a Microbiologist you are well aware of the safety protocols in Federal Government Labs, and you are also well aware that these protocols have been breached in terms of long term storage. If I were you I would retire from Microbiology just on the safety factor alone. Why do you people play with fire? Are you NUTS? I hope the pay is well worth the risk you are taking with your life, Miffed.

 

NOTE: The greatest number of fatalities for working Farmers in North America is on tractor rollovers for a cohort of men aged 55-65. In brief, as one acclimatizes and habituates to one's environment the probability of a fatal accident increases in that specific age bracket. The same principle applies to Microbiology IMO.

jerry_theking_lawler's picture

Protocols are exactly right. And like miffed said, you do something long enough, you drop your guard. True story, as a younger engineer I was working in a chem plant where phosgene was made for the process. It was processed in its own room with controls, etc. I was in the room with an old timer on supplied air and doning a chemical suit. The guy reaches up and pulls off his mask to wipe the fog on the inside out. I asked him what he was doing and he said he had done it hundreds of times. Said if his phosgene badge wasn't turned there wasn't anything there.

The moral I learned was always follow protocols. What this guy didn't know is if he had his mask off, he would already be exposed to near lethal/lethal levels when his indicator badge turned colors....he escaped death that time but the reaper was standing right outside waiting I'm sure....

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Actually in terms of life risk, microbiology really isn't obscenely bad. Personally, the fact I drive down an extremely windy road with no barriers preventing me from launching over a steep cliff, is far more of a worry to me. Consider as well a major casino also uses this route, is open 24 hours and serves alcohol. When viewed in this context, my loop full of tuberculosis under a laminar flow hood seems relatively safe.

Miffed

Tall Tom's picture

You know that those Castor Bean Plants grow everywhere around here? The Castor Beans look just like Pinto Beans,

 

All one needs do is call the police on a stolen cellphone, not where they live, and claim that they've have made a switch...They do not actually need to do it.

 

It is the same result as leaving suitcases with electrical wires abandoned near Public Building entrances...or sealed pipes filled with air with wires through the ends ...Pandemonium from this population of scared sheep.

 

And those innocuous Materials are cheap at Thrift Stores and Garage Sales...cannot harm anyone...but it will be extrremely expensive for Emergency Units to make responses.

 

Once saturated then the Emergency Units will not respond due to increasing expenses and lack of revenue. And that creates a window of opportunity so large that a Semi Truck can be driven through it.

Tall Tom's picture

The fact that it does not happen with alarming frequency is what surprises the shit out of me, not so much when it actually happens.....

 

Lunatic, What makes you believe that it will be reported?

 

THe cyanided tablets inserted into Tylenol capsules of the early 1980s, which killed a few people, caused a complete repackaging of the product and a reformulation of the drug delievery chelate.

 

That almost bankrupted McNeil Labs.

 

If it is not good for business then it will not be reported.,,unless it is by a rival competitor.

nmewn's picture

PETN is kinda cool to make and pop off or so I've been told by long ago deceased friends of acquaintances who did ;-)

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Mr made Nitrogen triiodide and smeared it on the chalk board erasers in a teachers classroom once. She had put me on detention. The sound was resounding and probably took a few years off her life.

I had mixed feelings about this because the reason I was late to class was we were necking in the woods behind the school.

Miffed;-)

El Vaquero's picture

Ah yes, very pressure sensitive.  Dangerous stuff in any appreciable quantity.  Hell, even making a pipe bomb can be dangerous if you're using smokeless powder.  Most people don't realize that it to is pressure sensitive too.  Not nearly as bad as the nitrogen triiodide, but put a little smokeless powder on concrete and whack it with a hammer and you'll hear a slight pop.  I've not tried it, but supposedly, if you're putting the cap on a pipe bomb and there are a few flakes of powder in the threads, it can ignite those flakes and touch the thing off in your hands.  It is best to know what you are doing if you are going to start messing around with explosives. 

nmewn's picture

For the nubes, he's right, don't screw around with any of it unless you are the meticulous, inquisitive type. Fumes can kill too, its not for the "Hey! Hold my beer, watch this!" types.

Seriously, he's giving good advise.

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Funny, I have noticed when you hang out drinking a few beers with guys the conversation always seems to lead to blowing things up. I tend to leave when the " hold my beer" statement happens. Working trauma for 7 years on graveyards gave me a graphic view of many end results. Plus, the sheepish looks on the guy's faces in the waiting room who taunted the poor idiot always had a devious little smile underneath.

But I love you guys anyway. ;-)

Miffed

Tall Tom's picture

If you can't blow shit up then what fun is there in that?

 

Ever hear of Tannerite?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCYEoBzxKGU

 

Hey would you hold my beer, Miffed? Watch this shit....

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9NF40lGR28

 

Perfectly legal and available.

 

Anarchust Cookbook? Shit.

GoldenGeezer's picture

"smokeless powder on concrete and whack it with a hammer"

Not somkeless powder but something like this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GIXL5QeR2s

I just wonder where the hammer lands.

 

 

 

nmewn's picture

The good ole days, when just necking didn't have to end with a bang ;-)

VWAndy's picture

The dumb idea book? For people that dont know any better.

Divine Wind's picture

 

 

 

The smart ones always refer to the DuPont Blasters Handbook.

A seminal work in the field.

 

 

Fun Facts's picture

If there were any actual terrorist cells in the US they could have caused complete chaos and mayhem by taking 3 empty paper towel rolls, spray painting them red, then wrapping an alarm clock to it with electrical tape and just placing them in random places.

The brain dead idiots will believe whatever kind of crap they're told.

This so called war on terror using the now available hindsight is the biggest zio hoax ever perpetrated upon mankind except maybe writing the book when they were bronze age nomads.

Always choose yourself. Something like that.

DriveByLurker's picture

My three favorite parts of that book were:

3) DuPont's advice for getting rid of surplus explosives, which - oddly enough - involved...blowing them up.

2) Detailed calculations for digging trenches in soft soil using dynamite.

and, saving the best for last:

1) Instructions for clearing ice on a frozen body of water.  This involved using waterproof fuse, tying the charge to something that floated, sticking the float-and-charge assembly through a hole in the ice to the underside of the ice, and then hoping that a current carried the charge away from directly under you before it detonated.    I read those instructions and instantly pictured Wile E. Coyote charred to a crisp.

 

Now if you will excuse me, I need to dispose of some old, sweating dynamite by hiding it amid a container of Lincoln Logs.

 

 

Ex-MislTech's picture

My favorite FBI backfire was the guy they tried to get to blow up the

Twin Towers the 1st time and he recorded their conversations and

they thought him too stupid to do that.

 

http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/wtcbomb.html

 

Well if first you don't succeed...

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rStJ5BgadPs

 

Guess the cover up ability is no better then the USS Liberty...

 

http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/ussliberty.html