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>> Upstate New York police say they've disrupted an attack plot against a rural Muslim community. Three men and a teenager face charges in an alleged plan to bomb Islamberg, a small all Muslim enclave. Police said Tuesday, they'd uncovered an arsenal, three improvised bombs, and nearly two dozen firearms, all of them legally owned shotguns and rifles.
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>> If they had carried out this plot, which every indication is that they were going to, people would have died.>> Authorities uncovered the plot after a student in nearby Greece, New York showed a classmate a photo of another student and said, he looks like the next school shooter, doesn't he?
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After that remark was reported to school security, an investigation eventually lead police to execute search warrants and arrest the four. That included the student who first showed off the picture. Local police say the explosives were found at the teenager's house.>> They were homemade bombs. They're being examined right now at the FBI lab in Quantico.
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So they'll determine if they're actually able of exploding.>> This isn't the first time the rural community of Islamberg founded more than three decades ago has found itself a target. In 2017, a Tennessee man was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for plotting to attack the area.