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The Next Wave of Terrorism?

 - Feb 19, 2007
References: nytimes & disinfo
Previously the play things of pranksters, common chemicals found under your kitchen sink can be used to make bombs. And, there is growing concern that these easy-to-make bombs may become the weapon-of-choice for terrorists bent on destroying the American way of life.

Using ingredients as common as hydrogen peroxide and paint thinner, aspiring terrorists have the ability to create havoc. The key elements for their weapons being as accessible as the nearest drug store or even under their own kitchen sink.

The FBI has created teams of experts to try to avert potential disaster, by staying one step head of would-be terrorists. But with the easy access to materials, knowing that these bombs will likely be used is only a start. Stopping them is a whole different matter.