D.C. man admits bomb threats against Amtrak
A 27-year-old Washington D.C. man admitted to making two bomb threats against a crucial bridge that passes over a main Amtrak rail artery in the city.
The bogus threats against the New York Ave. bridge in downtown Washington on Nov. 30, 2011 and Jan. 19 knotted traffic in the area for hours and delayed over a thousand rail passengers as law enforcement searched for possible explosives.
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