Faisal Shahzad, who has spent the last two weeks under guard at a Brooklyn hotel, told his interrogators he was surprised the haphazardly constructed device didn’t detonate — and begged them to explain where he went wrong, a law-enforcement source told The Post.
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hahahahah what a piece of work. I hope they told him some clever lie, just to infuriate him.
I wonder why they have had him under guard at a hotel for the past 2 weeks? Why isn’t he in jail? Preferably not in protective custody.
I put the 2 pictures together in photoshop, as a before and after. Doesn’t look like hes having such a great time anymore does it?
Looks like it would be an interesting place to work. A few hundred cameras is a long way from the amount in the UK… but still I imagine that is their goal. Pretty troubling that they feel there is actually a requirement for that.
Another related ’60 minutes’ episode on homegrown terror:
Added a new picture to the bottom of the original post:
I have about 6 more pictures, but its not as fun if I post them all at once
Yea yea… Glocks explode… I’ll save all you Glock haters the trouble and post these before you get a chance:
I have not had a Glock explode on me yet… and I’ve never seen it happen. Every gun store on earth though has employees that have seen “LOTS” explode “with their own eyes” and they love telling you this every time you inquire about a Glock … riiiiiighhht *rolls eyes*
I still think that most of these problems could be attributed to the “unsupported” chamber on the Glock, and shooting hot reloads.
If you want to shoot hot reloads, and you have a Glock, it would likely be best to buy an aftermarket barrel like the one on the left. Notice the amount of the body of the cartridge that is exposed on the Glock factory barrel (right).
I’ll stick to my factory loaded ammunition and the factory barrels for now.
Pakistan army soldiers board into a vehicle as they leave after attending funeral prayer of their comrade Nadeem Moeen-ud-Din, who was killed in the Saturday’s helicopter crashed, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009 in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
Lots more amazing photographs at The Boston Globe – HERE