Chelsea explosion

Within minutes of the trial's start, Rahimi had to be escorted out of the courtroom for causing a disruption.
'I think they were more interested in the bag, not what they were taking out.'
Suspected Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami may have learned how to make explosives thanks to instructions in al-Qaeda's premiere magazine.
The prosecutor told the attorney that he couldn't see Ahmad Rahami because of his medical condition.
Leaders in the Republican party want the man responsible for bombings across New York and New Jersey to be treated like a member of Al-Qaeda.
The FBI really wants the luggage the bomb was in.
Days before the bombing, he was allegedly filmed lighting an incendiary device and laughing.
Mohammad Rahami apparently said "you are a terrorist!" when his son was arrested for allegedly punching his sister and stabbing his brother during a domestic dispute.
The FBI has said they have evidence directly linking him to the bombings in Chelsea and NJ.
"He was my friend—I wouldn't think he would do something like that."
Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is in police custody and will be questioned about bombings in New Jersey and Manhattan last week.
"What I said was exactly correct. I should be a newscaster because I called it before the news."
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