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SICK: Oregon Cops Find EXPLOSIVES Outside Police Station!

One of the things about being a police officer that anyone could agree to is that it is a pretty dangerous job where the risk of being hurt is pretty high.

Put it to you this way, the average person working in a grocery store has a far better chance of coming home uninjured from work than a cop does.

Also, your produce guy doesn’t exactly have to worry about threats from lunatics due to years of liberal brainwashing telling people that it’s perfectly fine to go after every cop if one cop did something they weren’t supposed to.

That’s like getting mad at someone in Missouri because someone in Maine called you a name.

That being said, it hasn’t exactly stopped lunatics from threatening cops for no good reason.

Via Daily Wire:

The Eugene Police Department has made national headlines over the past few weeks after the fatal shooting of an armed man who was a member of a self-defense group critical of police.

On Monday afternoon, the Eugene Police Department was forced to call in the bomb squad after finding explosives outside the department.

Now, they’re working with the feds to try to track down the culprits.

“Police in Eugene are searching for answers after explosives were found outside their headquarters on Country Club Road late Monday afternoon,” ABC News affiliate KEZI reported Tuesday.

The explosives were discovered while a grounds crew was mowing the front lawn, police say. In response, the department called in the Eugene Metro Explosive Disposal Unit to defuse the explosives, which are now being examined by the forensics team.

“This is not a hoax device. This is a very serious matter,” said Lt. David Natt, KEZI reports. “Our hope is that we get some physical evidence off it and that physical evidence leads us to somebody involved in the production and/or deployment of these devices.”

The department has contacted federal authorities to help in the investigation and are gathering and reviewing video footage that might lead to suspects.

“We’re going to ask our neighbors for any footage, and we’re going to review all the footage that we have,” the lieutenant explained.

As of Tuesday, police said they were unsure who had planted the bombs or if the culprits were specifically targeting anyone.

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