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von hierAn explosives expert at the RF MoD believed that the explosion in Minsk Metro was probably due to a composite improvised explosive device (IED). He said, “The bomb set off in the Minsk Metro was most likely made from a mixture of TNT and C4, packed in plastic containers. Such devices were actively used against RF forces by guerrillas in the first Chechen campaign”. In his opinion, one can draw such a conclusion by studying the video footage available on the Internet. “Immediately after the explosion, black smoke poured out, which is a feature of burning plastic, which, apparently, was used as the container for the IED. In addition, the nature of the explosion leads one to assume that the bomb utilised the combined effect of two types of explosives, TNT and C4”, he said.
The expert didn’t rule out that the TNT or C4 used by the Minsk Metro perps had been stolen from military stores, or, that they purchased it from “black” diggers, who salvage explosives from dud ordnance left in the ground at the sites of World War II battles. According to the head of the Byelorussian MVD, the explosive device seemed to be radio-controlled and contained metal balls. At the time of the explosion, there were 300 people in the immediate vicinity of the blast, which had a power equivalent to 5 to 7 kilos (11 to 15.5 pounds) of TNT. The explosion created a crater with a diameter of 80 centimetres (32 inches) on the platform; the perps had laid the device on one of the station’s benches.
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