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Sydney police say device attached to teen not bomb

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I learned a new word: balaclava-clad

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I learned a new word: balaclava-clad

Yeah, but it's two words.

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Smorkian: two words it is then.

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She was uber rich, mosman is a very expensive area... her school is a super expensive all girls school. Seems like a money extortion.

http://www.news.com.au/national/bomb-squad-authorities-cordon-off-mossman-street-amid-threat/story-e6frfkvr-1226107604460

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yeah this was on TV all night last night.Poor girl and brave cops. I wouldn't be surprised if the bikie gangs are connected to this.

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Osakadaz: I wouldn't be surprised if the bikie gangs are connected to this.

I highly doubt it.

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Osakadaz: I wouldn't be surprised if the bikie gangs are connected to this.

I don't know, seems to me like those gangs would just go ahead and do the real deal, with real dynamite, grenades and whatnot.

PS: I still love how the Kiwis and Aussies creatively make a word cuter by adding "ie" at the end. Barbie, sammie, bikkie, chippie, bikie......LOL. :D

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Well if one proceeds from the assumption that the goal of terrorism is to cause terror then this definitely was a terrorist attack. It also sets a disturbing precedent, after all if it is possible to chain a bomb to your enemy then why sacrifice your own to deliver the bomb? This could have just been a dry run to measure police reponse time and precautions for subsequent real attacks.

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It is most likely someone she knows from school..

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It was a horrible experience for anyone to go through especially not knowing whether it was a real bomb or not. I'm glad she is alright.

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