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Another Molotov cocktail found on Broadway

February 15, 2013

SALEM — Another Molotov cocktail bomb was discovered on South Broadway, this time unexploded on the ground at the rear of a restaurant in the 300 block Thursday morning....

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WatchDog

Feb-15-13 2:44 PM

OMG, I swear we have some real fruit loops living in this city...oh well, our elected officials just won't take it serious! Yawn

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Mtlhed

Feb-15-13 4:38 PM

To me it sounds like just some punk kid wanting to be cool. If it was the real deal I'd think there would be a few burnt out buildings or cars to go with them.

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Mtlhed

Feb-15-13 4:39 PM

Not to say that it couldn't escalate into a real problem.

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WatchDog

Feb-15-13 4:40 PM

See, look at the fruit loops that disagreed. Molotov bombs are okay to have in a city, what could I possibly be thinking. A restaurant that catches fire and kills a few patrons isn't a problem. Just some little kid playing. NO big deal.

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zerotolerance

Feb-15-13 4:44 PM

Mtlhed no disprect but really, is assuming something like that really the smart thing to do. That cool kid could kill someone. This whole thing isn't even funny. What happens when his little plot goes bad? This kid if it a kid isn't playing with a full deck of cards.

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WatchDog

Feb-15-13 4:53 PM

I concur zero!

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notSocialist

Feb-16-13 8:03 AM

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Disappointed with New York State lawmakers and other jurisdictions around the country who have passed strict gun control legislation, the companies—composed of firearm manufacturers, gunsmiths, and sporting goods retailers—have announced these policies in the past week.

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