Parade canceled after ’destructive devices’ found in home

Parade canceled after ’destructive devices’ found in home

Thomas G. Kaiser, 55, was arrested and charged with second-degree possession of explosives, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office announced on Monday. The annual South Plainfield Labor Day Parade was scheduled to be attended by Gov. Phil Murphy and first lady Tammy Murphy, but it was cancelled due to the news of explosives.

H.R. Pufnstuf
H.R. Pufnstuf 5 months

Pretty vague. Destructive device, like Pop-its, or fireworks, or Some O' Bush's WMD's? Oh well, its probably propaganda anyway.

Paul C
Paul C 5 months

"The sources described the individual as an older man who may have been living in his parent’s basement." If this guy turns out to have ties to antifa I'm going to laugh my ass off -- not literally as that would make certain biological functions rather difficult.

John Wilson
John Wilson 5 months

sounds like liberal Thomas Kaiser was “said to be living with his parents in the basement” and “was known to have some mental issues.”

Jimmy P
Jimmy P 5 months

what does living in his parent basement, have to do with everything. as much as there trying to smere him and at the same time keep saying explosive devices were found, while acknowledging that homemade fires works are illigal, make this fake new, and now the police trying handle situation and cover up the fact that overeacted.

J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 5 months

Gotta keep those billions of counter terrorism dollars flowing in somehow. I'm guessing this is all bullshit.

Katharine 5 months

You're like a party somebody threw me🎵

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