James Gonzalo Medina, 40, allegedly told FBI informant he wanted to bomb synagogue 'for the glory of Allah.'02:00 03.05.16 | 0 comments
v: "unexplodeds dont normally breakup" Of course they can; the warhead can easily separate from the tail unit on impact. v: "because if they do they explode!" The warhead and fuse were found intact by the MAG. The tail unit had torn off. If the fuse does not detonate then the warhead need not (and in this case, did not) explode, regardless of the damage done to the rest of the bomb casing. v: "the blast from an aerial bomb goes upwards and the flour mill would have been spread all over gaza ?" Rather depends upon the layout of the mill, the thickness of its walls, and the location of the hits, does it not? v: "this report is the usual pallywood crap planted for defamation !" A quick question for you, victor: Why is there no mention of the MAG finding tank shells? After all, SOMETHING blew up that mill, and if you deny that it was a bomb then it has to have been tank artillery. So why didn't the MAG report finding any?