Two bombs in the Chelsea area of NYC on Saturday. One blew up, injuring 29 people, thankfully not seriously. The other, found just 4 blocks away, was disarmed. BOTH bombs were pressure cooker bombs similar to what was used in the heinous terrorist attack during the Boston Marathon.
Sunday, while authorities scrambled to find those responsible and the governor straddled the fence about terrorism definitions, information regarding a 911 call was released.
A 911 caller issued a chilling warning moments after the Saturday night bomb that rocked Chelsea — saying, “There will be more.’’
“I’m looking at the explosion down the block. There will be more,” the unidentified male caller threatened, law-enforcement sources told The Post Sunday.
It turns out the caller was right.
“There was a suspicious package with multiple improvised explosive devices this evening at the Elizabeth Train Station in NJ. Bomb techs from the FBI, Union County, and the New Jersey State Police have arrived on the scene and are now rendering the area safe,” the FBI said in a statement. “In the course of rendering one of the devices safe, it detonated. There are no injuries & law enforcement personnel are at the scene processing evidence.”
Folks, that was just last night.
Reviewing what happened over the weekend should bring chills.
Time to hang your heads in shame. The New York Times is reporting an uptick in hate crimes against American Muslims, the “Most Since Post 9/11 Era.”…