24 Bombs and WMD Found In N.C. Raid (non-Muslim)?

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24 Bombs in Man's N.C. Home
Erik Rudolph Arnebold
North Carolina Man with Bombs
& Weapons of Mass Destruction

MAN HAD 24 BOMBS & GUNS & WEAPONS (but not a Muslim?)

Some people are asking, "Why is it in the reports of a bomber, a psycho, a terrorist, holding weapons of mass destruction that here is no mention of his religious beliefs.

Here's the story we found online:

Wilmington, N.C., police said Thursday they still didn't know why more than 20 explosive devices were hidden in Erik Rudolph Arnebold's home.

A North Carolina man was ordered held on $1.5 million bond Thursday after authorities discovered 24 bombs at his barricaded, security-camera-guarded home.

Erik Rudolph Arnebold, 37, was arrested Wednesday outside his home in Wilmington, N.C., and charged with multiple counts of possession of a weapon of mass destruction and single counts of possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to court documents.

Bond, which was originally set at $625,000 when Arnebold was arrested, was more than doubled to $1.5 million during his initial appearance Thursday in New Hanover County District Court.

Police said they still didn't know why Arnebold had the arsenal of weapons — which, along with the bombs, also included a handgun, a rifle and an "extensive" collection of ammunition.

Wilmington police were initially interested in Arnebold as part of a simple drug investigation, police Capt. Jeff Allsbrook said in a statement. During that investigation, narcotics detectives developed information that Arnebold might be involved in making explosive devices, he said.

After consulting with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, they obtained a search warrant and called in the bomb squad, Allsbrook said.

When they arrived Wednesday, police and ATF agents found an explosive device "in plain sight" outside the home, which Allsbrook described as "constructed much like a fortress with windows and doors barricaded." Security cameras were also mounted outside.

Twenty-three other explosive devices were found behind a trap door under the floor, Allsbrook said. He wouldn't detail what kind of devices they were but said at least 12 of them contained lead shot, presumably to serve as shrapnel.

"The motive for the creation of all the devices remains under investigation," Allsbrook said. "However, through the work of law enforcement in Wilmington, we feel that any violent acts planned for the future were certainly thwarted."

Arnebold's next court appearance was scheduled for Nov. 21. He did not have an attorney who could be called for comment.

(And he wasn't listed as a Muslim, nor any religion or belief...)

Anyone care to comment....?

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#8 Muhammad Idris 2013-11-19 14:42
Subhannallah. In Shaa Allah all of them will be expose. Alhamdulillah
#7 saraj 2013-11-15 07:45
So he is a man!!!!!(not the terorist!?!?!?! ?).I am so surprised that they call all >other religions
#6 Fatemeh Hassan Filali 2013-11-13 05:37
I am an American Muslim of under 5 years. My saddness is so much because of the bigotry and singling out of Muslims. Being a non-muslim TERRORIST he will only be labeled mentally ill and his pathetic childhood will be to blame and that will be the end of this story.__How many times does a Muslims country being invaded and family being murdered before their eyes are ever attributed to their anger? NEVER! __I am NOT sympathetic to any terrorist act, especially ones that use the name of ISLAM and hijack the word MUSLIM.__My brothers and sisters our religion is being hijacked by evil doers, news media, politicians and have created a fear that I never could imagine against Muslims. May ALLAH SWT help us understand our religion and live it as it should be so we are the example of the truthfulness of Islam. Aameen
#5 me muslim 2013-11-06 07:06
yeah, another proof against the biased media and their confusion they give to people like candy with a nice taste but a bad effect later.
#4 Stephanie 2013-11-03 22:29
Well glad he wasnt a muslim but im think the media and people sure would like to had that guy as a muslim just to refreshen their hate against us muslims again. But yeah, its sick that no one opened up the headlines about his beliefs. Well whatever, let's try to be the righteous people in Allah's sight. Others will soon see that Islam(submissio n) is the way to God.
#3 sk 2013-11-03 02:11
will have many more stories like this before the next war. i'm sure they will plan a false flag op & blame it on the muslims or al Qaeda.
#2 Ismail 2013-11-02 18:41
There you have it! a media double standard! Can you imagine what a field day the media would have if he was a Muslim? Additionally, this will be forgotten in no time but what a few Muslims do is repeated over and over again until we can all name them and remember them.
#1 yousuf 2013-11-02 12:17
thanks God he is not a muslim,otherwis e islam would have been critisized.

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