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Security gap: places that store explosives

The two homeless men were looking for something they could sell to buy drugs. In California’s San Mateo County last month, the men thought they had hit pay dirt: some locked containers in the woods. Inside, wrapped in olive drab, were bricklike bars, which they knew from movies was C-4, a highly dangerous military explosive. Altogether the two men, who are in custody, walked off with 200 pounds of potential mayhem. The material belonged to local law enforcement and the FBI, which used it for training purposes. Its theft from an unguarded, relatively easily accessible container serves to highlight a gap in the nation’s homeland security.Full Story

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