W.Va. student in custody after colleg...

W.Va. student in custody after college bomb scare

There are 1 comment on the dailymail.com story from Mar 19, 2013, titled W.Va. student in custody after college bomb scare. In it, dailymail.com reports that:

A Salem International University student who tried to get creative by using a fake bomb in an English class presentation Tuesday will be charged with a misdemeanor after his theatrics terrified students, prompted 911 calls and disrupted the small-town campus, authorities said.

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#1 Mar 19, 2013
What a moron. I know this guy. 33 and still at some rinky dink college. Time to grow up idiot. A scholar has an education by 33, and has accomplishments in society. I'm sure it was a fake, this guy is way too passive for the real thing. But really, a bomb? Get a life pal. You've been a loser your whole life. Hopefully they'll give him some prison time. With all of the nonsense going on in the country a loser like this is the last thing we need. Really they should throw in jail for being a deadbeat dad.

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