Explosives & Weapons

  Posted on: Thursday, June 21, 2018
Vegas man pleads guilty in weapons of mass destruction case
AP

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas man jailed for more than a year on terrorism and weapons of mass destruction charges pleaded guilty Thursday to lesser counts to avoid trial amid what his lawyer later called a “witch hunt hysteria” climate following incidents like the Las Vegas Strip shooting last Oct. 1.



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Explosives:
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12/11/17   DHS establishes the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction office
12/7/17   Secretary Nielsen Announces the Establishment of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office
11/28/17   Leaflets dropped over NFL games revive concerns about drones
8/25/17   Vehicles: Terrorists’ new weapon of choice
8/1/17   New optical device detects drugs, bomb-making chemicals
7/26/17   U.S. weapons main source of trade in illegal arms on the Dark Web
7/14/17   A single nuke's impact should be measured by more than megatons
7/3/17   Addressing the threat of vehicle-borne IEDs
5/18/17   Increasing Use of Drones to Conduct Terrorism Might Spread From Middle East to the West
5/11/17   Florida man charged with plotting to bomb Target stores
5/5/17   ISIS Calls on Jihadists to Buy Weapons At Gun Shows To Carry Out Attacks, Lists Top Public Spaces to Assault
5/5/17   ISIS Tells Jihadists To Attack U.S. Gun Store Owners As Way To Acquire Firearms
4/17/17   ISIS Has No Air Force, But It Has An Army Of Drones That Drop Explosives
4/12/17   Glowing bacteria detect buried landmines, unexploded ordnance
4/11/17   Nevada man pleads not guilty to having bomb making material
4/9/17   Teen asylum-seeker ID'd as suspect in Norway explosive case
4/7/17   A look at attacks where vehicles have been used as weapons
4/7/17   DHS S&T opens new explosives detection lab
4/3/17   Identity Of ISIS Drone Engineer, Plan To Improve Drones' Ability To Carry Explosives
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