Rocco Parascandola, Jose Martinez and Helen Kennedy
New York Daily News
October 12, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
A cemetery caretaker found several pounds of military-grade plastic explosives buried in a historic East Village boneyard, cops announced Monday.
They were looking into a possible connection to a bizarre note left with cops that was signed “Jesus,” and a chalked note on the sidewalk in front of the cemetery.
There was no blasting cap or detonator found with the lethal munitions – formally known as Composition 4 – meaning there was no way to detonate the explosives, which had likely been there for years.