Molotov cocktail

The Brooklyn lawyers face up to 10 years in prison.
A Connecticut man is accused of throwing bleach at a police officer during a traffic stop.
The 29-year-old was arrested Saturday.
The pair was originally released on bond while awaiting their June 12th hearing.
She was arrested after witnesses called 911.
Luckily, the arsonist's aim was terrible.
The bottle exploded into fire in front of a Muslim man and two yeshiva students last week, but police say the suspect was motivated not by hate but by anger over a bench.
The attempted firebombing was at first feared to be an anti-Semitic hate crime.
Whatever happened, "everybody was scared," a local store owner said.
The man suspected of throwing a molotov cocktail at a Brooklyn deli clerk early Wednesday morning turned himself in to police yesterday.
Police are asking the public for help in tracking down the miserable P.O.S. who threw a molotov cocktail at a Brooklyn bodega clerk early Wednesday morning.
The Queens man whom police say has "implicated himself" in a series of Molotov cocktail attacks at various locations wanted to take out “as many Muslims and Arabs as possible."
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