This video from the USA says about itself:
1 April 2016
For at least two days a school bus in northern Virginia has been carrying students with explosive material hidden in its engine compartment. The explosives fell out of a container, which was used by the CIA for training last week.
The explosive was discovered on Wednesday during a routine maintenance check. It had been unnoticed for nearly a week since March 24.The CIA was called to retrieve the material. Neither the federal agency nor local authorities would go into detail about what kind of explosive was involved.
“The exact nature of the training material used in this exercise is not being released at the request of the CIA so as not to compromise its training techniques,” Loudoun County officials said.
The official mission of the Central Intelligence Agency of the USA is to spy in foreign countries. However, they do a lot more. Like torturing and killing people in foreign countries. Spying in the USA itself is illegal for them. Nevertheless, they do it; including spying on the United States Senate which is supposed to monitor them.
And yet more. Not an April Fools’ Day joke unfortunately, as the story appeared on 31 March 🙂
From the Washington Post in the USA:
CIA left explosive material on Loudoun school bus after training exercise
By Clarence Williams and Moriah Balingit
March 31 at 7:25 PM
The CIA left “explosive training material” under the hood of a Loudoun County school bus after a training exercise last week, a bus that was used to ferry elementary and high school students to and from school on Monday and Tuesday with the material still sitting in the engine compartment, according to the CIA and Loudoun County officials.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the CIA said in statements Thursday that the explosive material was left behind after a training exercise at Briar Woods High School during spring break. The CIA said it was a training scenario for explosives-detecting dogs. … Authorities held a joint training program at Briar Woods from March 21 to 24.
Loudoun schools spokesman Wayde Byard said the CIA indicated the nature of the material but asked the school system not to disclose it. Byard described it as a “putty-type” material designed for use on the battlefield and which requires a special detonator; such putty, or plastic, explosives — including the well-known C-4 — are used in demolition …
Byard said law enforcement agencies use school facilities on occasion to conduct realistic training exercises, including active-shooter drills.
As part of last week’s training exercise, CIA trainers placed explosive material into the engine compartment of a school bus on Thursday to test a dog’s ability to sniff it out. They also placed the material in parts of the school. Byard said the dog successfully found the material in the engine compartment, but some of the material fell deeper inside the compartment and became wedged beneath the hoses.
He said school bus drivers check under the hoods of their buses before they take them out on the road, but the package was wedged too far deep inside the engine compartment and was the same color as the hoses, so it could not easily be seen. …
Officials said they checked all other buses at the school as a precaution.
School officials on Thursday met with the CIA, Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, the fire marshal and county administrators and determined that all law enforcement training exercises at schools would be suspended until stronger protocols are established.
So, the CIA uses children’s schools and children’s buses as battleground for its ‘urban warfare’ war games. The school in Virginia can be lucky they are not a school in Ferguson, Missouri. As the national guard in Missouri has called peaceful protesters, including high school students, demonstrating against the killing of Michael Brown, ‘enemy forces’. There, the CIA explosives might have caused deaths and injuries of people.