Over in Pocatello, Idaho, a 14 year-old boy was walking the family's three year-old Labrador retriever on a hillside behind their home yesterday when a cyanide bomb exploded, killing the dog and injuring the boy.
Yep, the device was placed there by a federal employee:
The Bannock County Sheriff’s Office said the bomb was placed by an individual with the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a predator control device used to kill coyotes. When activated, these type of bombs release a burst of cyanide.
And after "authorities" were called, another bomb was located near the family's home. So the kid got to watch the family pet die, got a trip to the hospital as well, and then the family finds that the feds seeded the area around their home with cyanide bombs and didn't bother to mention it.
And we're concerned about Islamic terrorists?