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Former Distributist Tenants Rig House With Explosives Set To Detonate With Flick Of A Light Switch After Moving Out!!


A homeowner checking his house after tenants moved out found the property had been rigged with explosives set to detonate with the flip of a light switch. Lendel Williams was inspecting the house in Milton, Massachusetts on Tuesday as he prepared to sell the home when his electrician came across the suspicious device in a bedroom closet. They called police and it was successfully deactivated a few hours later. 'I am angry,' Lendel told reporters outside the home on Tuesday night. 'I just can't believe people can really do that to be quite frank with you.' Daily Mail Read More>>>


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