Hezbollah Perp Gets Juiced Via Remote Control

It's not nice to mess with the Juices toys

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A member of Hezbollah was killed when an Israeli listening device exploded in southern Lebanon, the group said on Saturday.

On Friday, the army said that a "suspicious device" had been found near the town of Adloun, and that "the Israeli enemy blew it up remotely, killing a civilian who was in the area."

Hezbollah confirmed that the man killed was in fact one of its own.

Rest In Pieces Hassan Haidar Ali.

h/t tip El_Grillo via Aaron

Posted by: Stable Hand at 12:19 AM

Comments

1 Don't touch that IDF gizmo, you don't know where it's been.

(I recall a story here a couple years ago about an IDF drone that "malfunctioned" and "crashed" in gaza. Hamas dragged it into an underground armoury and an hour later it detonated. Seriously, don't touch that IDF gear.)

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at September 07, 2014 09:26 AM

2 Sounds more like an accident in the 'splody dope' bomb factory to me.

Posted by: TimothyJ at September 07, 2014 10:57 AM






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