The FBI will pay you up to $50,000 U.S. American dollars in the form of a reward if you have hard information that leads to “the location, arrest, and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the placement” of two pipe bombs found in Washington, D.C. Wednesday afternoon.
A 50K Reward
A bulletin released by the Federal Bureau of Instigation is offering a cold hard cash reward for solid information. You can earn up to $50,000 by dropping a dime on your buddy, your cousin, or your boyfriend if they are proven responsible for planting a controversially matching pair of bombs.
The two improvised explosive devices were discovered planted near both the Republican and Democrat National Committee offices, located blocks apart.
The FBI put out a reward bulletin with a photo. The person they are looking for isn’t being called a suspect yet, simply a person of interest. It’s not yet clear the exact connection between the individual and the devices.
Before barbarians invaded the Capitol Building on January 6, at around 1:00 p.m. “multiple law enforcement agencies” all got calls at the same time. The “reports of a suspected pipe bomb with wires at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee” had agents scrambling to 310 First Street Southeast.
According to the reward notice, a second bomb manufactured in the same style, “was reported at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee at 430 South Capitol Street Southeast #3.”
Under a bush
Officials aren’t giving any details of what prompted them to start checking the bushes around the DNC, but one of the authorities noted, “after the initial device was discovered near the RNC, police searched the area near the Democratic National Committee headquarters building, a couple of blocks away, and found a second device under a bush.”
If you’re interested in cashing in the reward, the FBI’s toll-free tip line is 1-800-CALL-FBI. You can also reach out to your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.
Capitol police confirmed that “The USCP Hazardous Materials Response Team determined that both devices were, in fact, hazardous and could cause great harm to public safety.” Photos show the Republican version of the device which appears to “be wired with a timer.”
It didn’t take long for them to be made safe. In a statement separate from the reward notice, the FBI explained, “two suspected explosive devices were rendered safe by the FBI and our law enforcement partners.” Bomb technicians “used water cannons to blast the devices to essentially break them apart.”
Hopefully the reward will lead to some solid information. Whoever brazenly attacked the Capitol on Wednesday should face serious consequences. More information is developing that the extremists were associated with the radical fringe organization “Q” long known to exploit the vulnerable members of the right who are especially gullible to fanatic rhetoric.
Speculation abounds that the government, perhaps Deep State elements within the FBI are behind Q’s mask of anonymity. Everyone welcomes an investigation to rip off the mask and show us who it really is.