Sometimes it pays to just shut up and listen, especially when it comes to following what the police say.
Two passengers have been arrested following the Portsmouth, NH bus bomb threat that took place yesterday. However, its not what you think.It was not the man who was overheard by other passengers who was thought to have said bomb.
When will people ever learn that when dealing with a potential terrorist bomb plot, it might make the most sense to listen and obey what the police have to say. Sadly, such was not the case for John Smolens of Lewiston, ME and Calvin Segar of New York City. Both men were charged with resisting arrest and obstruction of justice for simply not following police order. Who in their right mind in a potential terror bomb scenario with police and FBI present does not follow orders?
John Smolens, of Lewiston, Maine, was charged with resisting arrest for refusing to follow orders after getting off the Maine-to-New York bus, police said Friday. Calvin Segar, of New York City, was charged with obstructing government administration for allegedly giving police a fake name. Both were due in court Friday afternoon.
Hmm, wonder what this guy was trying to hide?