ABC News: Bangkok terror cell hid bombs in portable radios

February 22, 2012 10:36


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The Iranian nationals who were discovered plotting a terror attack in Bangkok last week used portable radios to hide at least five bombs that they intended to use against Israeli targets in the city, ABC News reported on Tuesday.

A surveillance photo appears to show Saeid Moradi, the Iranian national who attempted to throw a bomb at police, which accidentally blew off his own legs last week, carrying two portable radios. According to ABC, the radios were packed with ball bearings and magnets, indicating that they were designed to be stuck to the side of a vehicle.

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