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New York State / School Bomb Plot / Boys and Bombs #164793

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 02, 1996
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Manlius, New York: John Donvan) The story of three young teenagers who conspired to blow up their school using bomb-making techniques learned on the Internet, featured; scenes shown from the school in Manlius, New York. [Principal Edward AMES, TEACHER - talk about the boys' building of an explosive device.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(New York: Aaron Brown) The nationwide deadly fad of boys making bombs examined; New Jersey video shown of a group of boys constructing a pipe bomb. [Former prosecutor Michael MURPHY - worries about bomb making becoming a long-term crisis.] [Psychiatrist Dr. Bennett LEVENTHAL, psychotherapist Steve CRIMANDO - say the computer is an available tool for thrill seekers.]

Brown, Aaron;
Donvan, John;
Jennings, Peter

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