Boston: A Civilian Response
The attacks on Boston last week, and the EOD managed detonations that followed, marked a chilling event in American history: the first major domestic attack since 9/11. Worryingly though, FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers noted that early examinations conducted by investigators suggested the devices had a ‘pressure cooker shell’.
One would be correct to assume that IEDs of this type are more commonly seen on the streets of Afghanistan and Iraq, rather than on those of a ma...
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