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Bomb threats close 26 schools across Britain on GCSE exam day as one chilling call warns 'shrapnel will take children's heads off'

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 Cinnamon    14,518

Bomb threats forced the closure of 26 schools across the UK today as students prepared to sit their GCSE exams.

Thousands of pupils were evacuated after a series of anonymous phone calls warning of hidden explosives were received by school offices up and down the country this morning.

Many students were pulled from school grounds in the middle of their exams as emergency services swooped on scene to carry out searches, in what appears to have been an elaborate hoax. 

A similar incident occurred in January when a Russian Twitter group was believed to have been responsible for a series of bomb threats which saw 14 schools evacuated in Britain.

The group had invited pupils to get in touch if they wanted to 'get out of school' - raising speculation that students may have devised a similar hoax to avoid today's exams.



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3604898/Bomb-threats-close-12-schools-UK-GCSE-exam-day.html#ixzz49W5cdMCz
 

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 Ukshep    13,249
7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Bomb threats forced the closure of 26 schools across the UK today as students prepared to sit their GCSE exams.

Thousands of pupils were evacuated after a series of anonymous phone calls warning of hidden explosives were received by school offices up and down the country this morning.

Many students were pulled from school grounds in the middle of their exams as emergency services swooped on scene to carry out searches, in what appears to have been an elaborate hoax. 

A similar incident occurred in January when a Russian Twitter group was believed to have been responsible for a series of bomb threats which saw 14 schools evacuated in Britain.

The group had invited pupils to get in touch if they wanted to 'get out of school' - raising speculation that students may have devised a similar hoax to avoid today's exams.



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3604898/Bomb-threats-close-12-schools-UK-GCSE-exam-day.html#ixzz49W5cdMCz
 

so thats both in the us and the uk now!

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 thedudeabides    2,014
Just now, Cryptic Mole said:

ISIL/ISIS

This will create a state of hysteria if it gets to out of control they may even just declare martial law to "protect" us from the "threats".

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