This is some scary stuff coming out of the FBI in New Jersey on your Monday America.
The U.S. attorney in New Jersey and the head of the local FBI said Monday that the bomb found in the van of alleged domestic terrorists Francine Graham and David Anderson could have killed or maimed people up to five football fields away.
The FBI said in a new statement Monday its investigation was active and ongoing and re-upped its call for anyone with information about Anderson and Graham to call 1-800-CALL-FBI. New Jersey’s Homeland Security Director Jared Maples said on Monday that there was no ongoing public security threat.
“The FBI continues to conduct law enforcement operations and interviews to learn all we can about the tragedy that traumatized our community,” said Special Agent in Charge Gregory Ehrie.
Four innocent people, including a veteran Jersey City police detective and father of five, died in the hail of prolonged gunfire. Most of the victims were found inside the JC Kosher Supermarket on Martin Luther King Boulevard during what officials have described as a hate-fueled terror spree on Dec. 10.
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