Cellphone Bombs: The New American Terror

“Ahmad Khan Rahami, the 28-year-old suspect in the twin bombings in New York City and New Jersey that injured dozens of people this weekend, apparently used cellphones to detonate his homemade bombs. That should worry authorities. It’s not hard to convert a cellphone into a remote trigger for an improvised explosive device. But it is hard—and illegal in most cases—to jam cell signals without inflicting extensive collateral damage that could be even worse than the harm a small IED might cause.”

Source: Cellphone Bombs: The New American Terror – The Daily Beast

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