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Delusional Anarchists' May Day Plot Foiled After Buying Fake Bombs From the FBI [Crime]

Five "self-professed anarchists" were arrested outside Cleveland last night after buying a pair of fake bombs from the FBI. According to the local ABC affiliate, the plan was to use improvised explosive devices made of C4 to blow up the Route 82 bridge in Brecksville during today's commute. Three of the five men have been charged with Conspiracy and Attempted Use of Explosive Materials.
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