Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Pressure Cooker Bombs

In the law enforcement warning, the Homeland Security Department said that the innocuous appearance of pressure cooker bombs helped their deployment overseas. Instead of registering the bomb as a potential threat, bystanders and law enforcement were tricked into thinking of them as a harmless piece of trash. Potential warnings of a pressure cooker bomb, the agency says, include “wetness or unusual stains” on a container or abandonment of kitchen equipment in high-traffic locations.

Read the rest of the Fast Company article here.

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