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If you haven’t been keeping a close eye on the story in West, Texas, a lot has happened since the deadly explosion a few weeks ago. Bryce Reed (right), an early responder who was one of the first EMTs on the scene of the incident, was found in possession of an alleged pipe bomb. While he has not been charged with anything in connection with the explosion as of yet, authorities have opened up a criminal investigation into the incident since his arrest. As Talking Points Memo reports, he had a shaky personal situation in recent days.
A white guy with an Anglophone name was found with a pipe bomb in circumstances related to a blast that killed a dozen people, injured scores, and devastated a town?
No, I hadn’t actually heard anything about that. Weird.
I’m sorry, what!? I don’t watch the news but I’m pretty sure the coverage should have been as closely watched as the Boston incident has been. I’ve learned all kinds of info about Boston without watching or reading conventionally news but nothing about this?! Por que, why?
Because the news had broken literally the day that I originally posted it. And also, there is no connection at the moment between him and the explosion (at least not currently, though officials say they have not ruled out arson as a cause of the fire that led to the explosion), just that he allegedly had the parts to a pipe bomb. — Ernie @ SFB