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KON4M 99
May 1999

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Link to entire text of Harris website docs

http://www.cbjd.net/orbit/quinn/hbook2.htm

 

Kent's page on Plattsburgh radar anomalies--month after month!

http://www.cbjd.net/orbit/radar/quinn_request.html

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ADDENDUM: THE WEBPAGE DOCUMENTS

Following is a verbatim transcription of the text from Eric Harris' webpage. I have emphasized some of the most significant portions.

John Quinn

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PIPE BOMBS

Pipe bombs are some of the easiest and deadliest ways to kill a group of

people or destroy a few things. First off, we will talk about the pipes.

Second will be the explosive filler and last will be the shrapnel.

PIPES: Pipes are about as easy to purchase as a CD. You do not want to

have the length any longer than 8 inches. Diameter should usually be

between 1íí and 2íí. If itís any longer than around 8íí it might not

blow up how itís supposed to. If itís thicker than around 2íí, it will

cost you a fuck-load of money. Normal metal galvanized pipes are the

best to use, since plastic melts to easy and I donít think copper would

be that great. Never did try it though.

 

PIPES: Pipes are about as easy to purchase as a CD. You do not want to

have the length any longer than 8 inches. Diameter should usually be

between ?íí and 2íí. If itís any longer than around 8íí it might not

blow up how itís supposed to. The way I bought most of my pipes is by

going out and getting all of the caps one day, then getting the pipes a

few days later, or at a different store. You donít want to look too

suspicious.

 

(There follows detailed technical instructions for assembling various configurations of pipe bombs, and descriptions of results of numerous tests run on different explosive materials. This material CLEARLY PROVES a longterm hand-in familiarity with the handling and use of such materials and and displays such an unusually proficient writing style and error-free command of language as to be most certainly NOT the work of a 16-year-old boy. Whatís more, how Eric Harris could have done all this testing and experimenting with no one else knowing anything seems inconceivable. This section ends with the following EXTREMELY INTERESTING comments. [John Quinn])

 

I did try it on the DELTA batch, and since they wonít be used until

NBKitíll be kind of hard to report the results. You might try asking the

survivors if they got a good look at the bomb before it went off and

then the remains!

 

NAPALM

Napalm is used to burn people, houses, cars, or anything else that can

be burnt. It can be produced in a wide variety of ways and by using

pages of different ingredients. In this text I will review the methods

and ingredients that I have found to be most promising.

 

INGREDIENTS: In just about every ìanarchistî cookbook you can find

you will see tons of napalm recipes. Through trial and error I have found

that only a few are worth the trouble. Although, some of my tests can

not be considered completely accurate since I was short on time and

resources because of the WAR.First of all, one of the best recipes is

actually the simplest. Motor oil and gasoline in a glass bottle is about

all you need. You could spend hours and hours and lots of money to

make a batch of napalm that if at all is only a little better.

 

(Again very detailed descriptions of various ìrecipesî for napalm are given and descriptions of results of tests conducted for every method mentioned. Again the possibility Eric Harris could conduct such extensive testing of explosives without anyone else being aware of it seems nil. This section ends with the following comments. [John Quinn])

 

STORAGE: Storing gasoline is one of the biggest pain-in-the-ass tasks I

have gone through in the pre-war era. First of all, you have to take

into account that any extra gas containers lying around the shed or

garage can easily cause suspicion. Second of all, it smells. So putting

a couple jars in your closet is a bad idea. Third, gas expands when it

is hot, so you donít want to put it in your trunk under a blazing sun

all day long, because it might just blow up. So some good storage areas

are deep in garage closets that are rarely visited, in your trunk if the

weather is not hot at all, or under a tarp in your yard some place, if

you have a rather fucking large and wooded property around your house.

Other than those suggestions, you are on your own. Just be smart and

remember the basic principles of gasoline. Itís flammable.

 

(The following is part of the hidden code from any Microsoft Word document. It states the directories where the file is saved and the author. Note that the author is Wayne N. Harris. "DOOM2" directory is the default directory of this document. [John Quinn])

 

W a y n e N . H a r r i s 2 C : \ w i n d o w s \ T E M P \ A u t o R e c o v e r y s a v e o f D o c u m e n t 1 . a s d W a y n e N . H a r r i s 0 C : \ w i n d o w s \ T E M P \ A u t o R e c o v e r y s a v e o f t h e b o o k . a s d Wa y n e N . H a r r i s C : \ D O O M 2 \ t h e b o o k . d o c

 

P i p e b o m b s W a y n e N . H a r r i s W a y n e N . H a r r i s Pipe bombs ipe Wayne N. Harris ayn Normal.dot r Wayne N. Harris 2 yn

Microsoft Word 8.0

 

Pipe bombs Title

Part I

Part II

Part III

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