Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 10:18:19 -0800
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From: Eric Clark <erclark**At_Symbol_Here**PH.LACOUNTY.GOV>
Subject: Re: Chemical Safety headlines from Google
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There were a few notably obvious and bizarre statements made in the 

quoted below: 
He added that McKinley's statement about his clients' distress and 
inconvenience probably wouldn't sway the county.

"I think the key is, it's a difficult situation," Bunton said. "Sometimes 
individuals have to suffer to protect the greater good. And that may be 
the case here."

>>> "Debbie M. Decker"  1/5/2011 9:26 AM >>>
How did I know this would happen?  I wonder if he'll get anything........  

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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Chemical Safety headlines from Google

EXCLUSIVE: Attorney for 'bomb house' owner files claim against county
An attorney for the owners of the "bomb house" property near Escondido has 
demanded at least $500,000 for his clients' loss and distress, according 
to a claim filed with San Diego County.
In a dramatic operation that captured national attention, authorities 
burned the single-story residence to the ground on Dec. 9, 2010, to 
destroy what they said was its huge and highly unstable stockpile of 
They said fire was the only safe way to neutralize the homemade bomb 
materials found throughout the cluttered house just west of Interstate 15 
and north of El Norte Parkway. Authorities said the explosives included 
the same destructive compounds as those used in recent terrorist plots.
us_ca  home  explosives  followup

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