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By Toby Mundy   January 2002

Websites to die for

“Buy a 10cm diameter metal pipe, about 30cm long, with screw on ends. Drill a small hole in the end, just wide enough to insert a firecracker fuse. Next, you will have to make some explosive…”

So begin instructions for how to make a pipe bomb on a site that explains how to create a further 35 explosive devices. It is highly likely that David Copeland, whose nail bomb attacks in London killed 3 people and injured over 100, visited this site to learn how to make explosive devices.

Details of how to do nefarious…

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