|14 Sep 2006 22:15:23|
|SON OF HARRY HOPE|
|College prof gives explosives to class|
LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) -- Police were seeking "homemade dynamite things"
distributed to University of Nebraska-Lincoln students by their
Associate Professor John A. Belot handed out the explosives, about the
size of a roll of quarters, to his Chemistry 110 students as they
of the classroom Friday, the Lincoln (Neb.) Star reported Monday.
A student who asked to remain anonymous told the newspaper Belot
called the explosives "homemade dynamite things or something," which
held in a brown lunch bag and warned "they can blow an arm off."
The incident was reported to campus police immediately after class and
six of the devices had been recovered by Monday, a UNL
University and Lincoln Police, the Lincoln Fire Department and the FBI
The spokeswoman said the teacher could face disciplinary action.
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