Exclusive photos of one undetonated bomb, obtained by ABC News, show the
inside of the radio packed with tiny ball bearings and six magnets.
Bomb experts say the magnets indicate the bomb was designed to be stuck
to the side of a vehicle.
A surveillance photo of one of the alleged hit squad members, identified as an Iranian national named Saeid Moradi, shows him holding a radio in each hand.
According to authorities, a bomb exploded in the Bangkok house where
Moradi and two other Iranians had been staying. After the blast, Moradi
attempted to hail a cab. When the driver refused to pick him up, he
allegedly threw a bomb, injuring four bystanders.
When police approached, Moradi allegedly threw another bomb, but lost
both of his legs wh... >>>
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