Authorities Find Hidden Buried EXPLOSIVES Near Location of Suspicious Cell Phone Purchases

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by Brian Hayes | Top Right News

Mysterious activity by “Middle Eastern men” in Missouri that brought in the FBI’s Terrorism Task Force just took a frightening turn with a stunning discovery in a nearby forest.

On December 11, Top Right News reported on the FBI’s involvement when two men who were described as being “Arab-speaking” — caused alarms to go off in Walmart after they purchased nearly 150 cellphones with cash in 5 different mid-Missouri Walmarts last week in the middle of the night.

From YC’s Joshua Riddle:

We then reported on how nearly 100 propane tanks were stolen from retail chains in nearby towns over the same period of time.

Now a new discovery may shed light on why the FBI got involved so rapidly in the cell phone case.

Turns out there was a hidden stash of explosives at the Mark Twain National Forest in Mid-Missouri in October — just 2 miles from where we just learned all these cell phone purchases were. Coincidence? I think not.

From Mad World News:

The mystery into the Missouri Muslims buying up hundreds of cellphones from several Walmart stores, just took a concerning turn for the worst, because of what was discovered buried near where the purchases were made. One alert man noticed something strange about the ground and called police to the scene, but nobody was prepared for what was found right under foot.

Since the suspicious activity first leaked last week, the investigation has progressively revealed worse details, working retroactively to bring to light every alarming thing that happened before two men were stopped in a Lebanon Walmart. Now, it seems to have reach a head, after an incident in October provides some potential answers as to what is being plotted from the center of our country, and what targets are at imminent risk.

A man who was hunting in the Mark Twain National Forest, just 30 minutes from Lebanon, was about to set up camp in a spot he uses each season, when he noticed something about the ground that didn’t seem right. After poking around at the ground a bit, he got concerned about what he found and urgently called police. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department came running, bringing along with them a massive team of expert personnel they called in for assistance.

Officers found a huge cache of “extremely volatile” explosives, which police described to be of a style “that could not be purchased for recreational use.” This suggests that the extensive supply was all homemade pipe bombs or other IEDs, created and collected with a specific plan in mind. The stock was so dangerous that it couldn’t be safely detonated without the help of the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Unit (EOD), the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s EOD Unit, and the Waynesville Rural Fire Department, KY3 reported.

But of course, according to liberals, global warming and white privilege are the biggest problems facing this country. Hopefully our country can survive the remaining 402 days of Obama’s presidency. Scary times we live in.


  • The operative word there is “Hopefully” (we can survive Obama). And hopefully we can get these assassins out of the country when Obama leaves.

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    • Colleen Gill Rotter

      If you consider this fear mongering you’re delusional !!

    • Thantos

      “According to that post, the “cell phones [were] not believed to be
      purchased for use in criminal activity,” but rather “purchased in a
      region for a low price and shipped to another region and sold to the
      general population for a large profit”:”

      Notice the word “believed” While it hasn’t been shown that the propane tank thefts and the cell phone are connected, to ignore the possibility is foolish.

      • trapperwv56

        They are the same price at all walmarts, so the sheriff is named Obama you say?

  • America_Woman

    Officers found a huge cache of “extremely volatile” explosives, which police described to be of a style “that could not be purchased for recreational use.” This suggests that the extensive supply was all homemade pipe bombs or other IEDs, created and collected with a specific plan in mind.

    • America_Woman

      This Suggests that the extensive supply was all homemade…

      We don’t need your “Suggestions” We need facts. Please check this out again and report the FACTS.

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        • Jackie Kneoff

          Either way, they said “arab speaking” and for what other purpose would 150 phones and stolen propane tanks be used? Even this little 3 year old girl is being taught violence: http://www.blindfoldnation.com/index.php/2015/12/12/3-year-old-muslim-hates-jewish-people/ islam is nothing more than hate toward anyone who is an infidel.

          • “…for what other purpose would 150 phones and stolen propane tanks be used?”

            There are many used for bulk prepaid phones. Granted, one possible use is as remote detonators and that is one reason LE wants such purchases reported. HOWEVER, we also know that there is thriving market in smuggling prepaid phones, which are retailed well under market value, across state or national lines for profit, that there are more mundane shady or fraudulent uses, that they are used for organized crime (including drug trade), money laundering, illicit prison communications, and the lithium from the batteries can be used in meth manufacture. There are even a few legal uses for bulk prepaid phones (though selling them in bulk violates manufacturer agreements).

            There have been panics about this sort of thing before, people arrested on terrorism charges which had to be dropped because the evidence of terrorism was not actually there: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/is-owning-1000-cell-phones-terrorism/ . The behavior *was* suspicious, and it had to be looked into. Other similar incidents are being looked into, but there is no cause to panic. In particular, there is no known connection between the explosives cache and any known plot: http://www.ky3.com/news/local/explosives-story-from-october-goes-viral-local-sheriff-sets-record-straight-about-terror-threat/21048998_36956374 .

            Could the Pulaski Sheriff be wrong? Sure. That’s why people should keep their eyes open.

      • John Hillman

        Tell you what, we will give you the addresses of the guys that did this and YOU can knock on their doors to ask.

        Explosives that CAN be purchased for “recreational use” are M-80s (1/2 stick of dynamite) and cherry bombs (1/4 stick of dynamite),

        I live in San Bernardino, CA. You may have heard of it. None of the explosives used were “purchased for recreational use” either. Bet you are one that agreed with Obama that our incident was just “workplace violence”.

        • America_Woman

          You can’t possibly know much about me. No, it wasn’t workplace violence it was murder and attempted murder — TERRORISM. Now don’t judge me if you don’t know me.

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      • VanthaMan

        you have the FACTS. the Suggestion was not about the facts in evidence, but was rather about the possible intended use of the explosives found. It is almost a sure thing that in the future we will be able to replace the speculation with more actual FACTS.

  • retired_geek

    While it is great that the Feds got the explosives off the street, something tells me that this neatly wrapped little package fell into the hands of the FBI just a little to easily – could it have been staged so Obama and his minions can then go on the evening news and convince everyone that they are tough on terrorism and that they have things well in hand?

    • Brian Pierson

      Occam’s Razor.

  • William Stearns

    This only goes to show that Terrorism is a legitimate threat to our nation. Our borders are not secure, and we need to be vigilant. I will not say that this is Muslim related but we have all seen who the majority of terrorist perpetrators are lately. Not all Muslims are Arab and not all Arabs are Muslim but it seems pretty interesting that the largest and richest Arab nations won’t take in any Syrian refugees for fear of terrorists among them. Why then is it expected of the U.S. if things like this keep turning up?

  • Greg

    Ok, so there is proximity to the 5 Walmart’s but, and unless I missed it, this article doesn’t connect the cell phone purchases and missing propane tanks to what was found at the park. Coincidence? Maybe, but where’s the connection to the two?

  • TopAssistant

    NOT TRUE! Sheriff quells online rumors of terrorist activity. Speculation about connections between recent mass cell phone purchases and the cache of explosives found in Mark Twain National forest in October were heightened due to a story from a conservative website, based out of Arizona.
    By Natalie Sanders
    nsanders@leaderjournal.com

    Posted Dec. 14, 2015 at 1:54 PM

    Pulaski County
    Speculation about connections between recent mass cell phone purchases and the cache of explosives found in Mark Twain National forest in October were heightened due to a story from a conservative website, based out of Arizona.
    The link to the story has been circulating among locals on social media over the weekend and Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long told the Daily Guide his office has been receiving calls.
    Long put a statement out on the department’s Facebook page explaining that there was nothing discovered that would indicate the explosives were connected to terrorist activity.
    “Yes, in October some explosives were discovered in a rural part of this county, but there was nothing found that indicated the material was linked to terrorist activity. Experts from the Army and Missouri Highway Patrol EOD Units were called in to examine the find, and then the FBI and ATF were notified and briefed about the matter. In conclusion, all agencies did not feel like the explosives were linked to terrorist activity,” Long said.
    Long said he wanted to the public to know that it’s his “personal policy as Sheriff to be transparent to the public, and put out press releases regarding matters that could affect public safety.”
    “Neither myself nor any of the above agencies felt like the above find was linked to terrorists. Please be assured that if this was the case, my press release and subsequent news stories would have contained that information,” Long said.
    In related news, the Macon, Mo. County Sheriff’s Office posted on its Facebook page, Friday, that the mass cell phone purchases are “believed” to be “made by a cell phone trafficking ring.”
    “The cell phones are not believed to be purchased for use in criminal activity,” the post stated.
    According to the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, the trafficking involved “usually results in a civil action between the cell phone trafficker and the cell phone carrier company.” The post goes on to report that the cell phones are usually being purchased for a lower cost and sold elsewhere at a much higher cost.

    “This type of activity happens with everything from baby formula to electronic equipment. It is not believed there is any direct connection to violent criminal activity,” the post stated. http://www.waynesvilledailyguide.com/article/20151214/NEWS/151219582

  • Josh Gilman
  • LaRae Bailey

    No surprise there, the worst is yet to come

  • I_M_Forman

    The Obama age. The MSM is complicit with the bloodshed to come from Muslim terrorists because they refused to vet Obama or criticize him. Liberals are clowns, but very dangerous clowns. They cannot be trusted with power.

  • enoughalready

    Which bears the question–how many huge caches have NOT been found?

  • Sick of the media

    Just because some website calls something news, doesn’t mean it’s true… or news. Please, everyone, take the time and do your research before making your opinions.

    http://www.snopes.com/lebanon-mo-walmart-cell-phone-rumor/

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  • Roger Wallace

    I wonder if some of the recent 1,800 Obama refugee Muslims from Syria had anything to do with this? They were and are unscreenable Muslims.

    And it is because no data existed in Syria to tell us afore hand who these refugees really are and if they be friend or foe to America.

    And that is how those refugees were let by Obama into America to become our new fellow American citizens.

    I also believe Obama is still trying to get thousands and thousands of those dataless refugees allowed into our country, even now.

  • Roger Wallace

    I wonder if some of the recent 1,800 Obama refugee Muslims from Syria had anything to do with this? They were and are unscreenable Muslims.

    And it is because no data existed in Syria to tell us afore hand who these refugees really are and if they be friend or foe to America.

    And that is how those refugees were let by Obama into America to become our new fellow American citizens.

    I also believe Obama is still trying to get thousands and thousands of those dataless refugees allowed into our country, even now.

    So, If Obama says we can screen them all and we are protected, he is lying to the American people.

    And it is because The Director of the FBI testified to the House not long ago about these things, this is how I know what I am talking about concerning Obama and the refugees from Syria presently.

  • Dandydanderoo

    See, people are beginning to keep their eyes open!! And, it works!

  • neuterable

    The explosives were two months ago. A legitimate explanation was never given but it was neatly swept under the rug. From what has been released it is suggested that they were commercial explosives and probably stolen.

    The cell phones and propane tanks however are shaping up to be a little like what was attempted in Britain, but on a much larger scale. The amount of material stolen is sufficient for dozens of improvised vehicular bombs, usually detonated by some sort of cell phone trigger and able spread fire and shrapnel over a large area, at least they can if they are wired up correctly.

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