A nuclear power station in Sweden has been sealed off after a worker was stopped at the entrance with a plastic bag containing traces of explosives.Google it. Over fifty news stories so far, and none of them provide the name of the man.
Investigators took the man, a welder who was scheduled to do work at the Oskarshamn plant, in for questioning. They later arrested a second man because "there is some uncertainty about who owns the bag", a spokesman said.
Plant operator OKG downplayed the incident, saying there was no threat to the safety of the plant, about 150 miles south of Stockholm. Police said the man carried a plastic bag with an unknown amount of triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, an
explosive used in the London bombings in 2007.
A plant spokesman said there were no explosives inside the bag, but traces of the
explosive substance were found on the bag's handle. A bomb squad was sent to the plant to investigate the findings. Police set up a security perimeter with a 1,000ft (300m) radius around the plant, but workers already inside were not evacuated.
The plant continued to operate normally. The Oskarshamn plant has three nuclear reactors, which produce about 10% of Sweden's electricity supply.
Could have been a leftist, but if so, then why the reticence to release his name.
Don't worry, though. It was probably only a "man", not a Muslim.
UPDATE: two "men"... one had been previously under surveillance...