[Lab] Ahmed's Clock - Discussion

Ken McKinnon klmckinnon at rogers.com
Wed Sep 16 20:37:47 EDT 2015

I believe Micheal was referring ot an incident last week where a young 
man took a clock through airport security in Toronto.  It looked like this:

That guy got what he deserved as he just wanted to see "what would 
happen".  Well, it happened, and he is in a bit of sh*t.

The one in Dallas was described as a circuit board, power supply and 
The cop described it as a "Hollywood Bomb" without describing any mass 
to be used as the explosive agent.
The video shows a young man that is very much a geek trying to impress 
his shop teachers with his project....and a extremely overreactive response.

At least he got an invite to the Whitehouse, so hopefully something good 
will come of this.


On 2015-09-16 6:33 PM, Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:
>> On 16 Sep 2015, at 20:27, Michael Scott <michael.scott at ocsb.ca> wrote:
>> Very intriguing and timely discussion topic. Lots of jurisdictions trying to make anti-drone laws; blinking lights and sounds scaring people everywhere, I can see big potential for problems. Of course, bomb clock kid had a clock actually made to look like wired timer and sticks of dynamite...
> Where did you read that?  I've not seen that in any of the news reports.
> Here's the interview with the kid.
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mW4w0Y1OXE
>> hard to fault the reactions there.
> Well if what you're saying is correct, but i've seen no evidence of that.  Feel free to link a reputable source and prove me wrong.
> -Arran
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