This is of value to Revolutionaries who want to be successful at what they do. If this is the guy in the picture, he really blew it. Of course, the pigs will attempt to bust anybody even remotely suspected of killing two of their own. Interesting to note how they found out where the components (cell phones) were bought.
Arrest made in Oregon bank bombing
By STEVEN DUBOIS – 1 hour ago
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Police arrested a suspect late Sunday in the Oregon bank bombing that killed two officers and critically injured a police chief, authorities said.
Sheriff Russ Isham of Marion County declined to release the suspect's name, saying it would jeopardize the integrity of the investigation and the safety of officers still working the case.
Officers made the arrest shortly after the sheriff released surveillance photos of a "person of interest." It was not immediately known if the man in the photos, apparently taken with a security camera, is the same person under arrest. Isham would not release the precise location where the arrest occurred, and said the suspect's name likely wouldn't be released until Monday afternoon.
"I'm really proud of those who tirelessly worked to get us to this point and am humbled by the community's support," Isham said. "We know there is still a lot of hard work ahead of us, but this development will help bring relief to the local community and the officer's families."
Earlier Sunday, Isham said cell phones and items that might have been used to make the Woodburn bomb were bought in the central Oregon city of Bend last month. (so this guy went out of his way to buy cell phones on his credit card?!) Authorities would not elaborate on how cell phones might have been used. Bombers often use cell phone signals to remotely detonate explosives.
The manager of a Woodburn branch of West Coast Bank found the device Friday after a call about a bomb threat to a nearby Wells Fargo bank branch that turned up a harmless device. The bomb was found outside, but the officers took the bomb into the bank, where it exploded.
Woodburn Police Chief Scott Russell remained in critical condition Sunday at a Portland hospital as a result of the blast that killed Woodburn police Capt. Tom Tennant and Oregon State Police Senior Trooper William Hakim.
Robert Sznewajs, the CEO of West Coast Bank, said Sunday that the bank planned to establish a fund for the families of the law enforcement officers.