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In New York State, a man tried to bring bombs to the hospital

In New York State, a man tried to bring bombs to the hospital

In the U.S. state of New York, a man who tried to smuggle an explosive device into a hospital was arrested, Suffolk County Police Department reported on Facebook on June 11.

The incident occurred on the evening of June 9. A guard at Stony Brook University Hospital on Long Island turned to the police because of a suspicious man who was stopped at the entrance to the intensive care unit.

The detainee was a 33-year-old local resident Robert Roden. Three improvised explosive devices were found in his backpack. In addition, during a search in his house, police officers found several more bombs. Now they are being studied by the FBI.

The man is charged on four counts, and additional charges are also being considered. Rodin’s motives are not reported.

On June 2, police detained a resident of Illinois distributing explosives during protests in Minneapolis. In addition, the man urged to throw them at the police.

Also during the protests, he and his company set fire to one store, and removed goods from another. He later posted several videos already from Chicago. On one of them you can hear him say: “Let’s start a riot.”

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