NJ: Bomb found in van of kosher grocery terrorists could’ve murdered people 5 football fields away

NJ: Bomb found in van of kosher grocery terrorists could've murdered people 5 football fields away

BREAKING: The US attorney in New Jersey and the head of the local FBI said that a bomb found in the van of black supremacist Jew-hating terrorists behind the shooting attack at a kosher grocery store could have murdered people up to five football fields away.

They also said there was enough material in the van to make a second bomb.

Three civilians and one police officer were murdered last December in a shooting attack at a kosher grocery store in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Two terrorists and three civilian victims were found dead inside the store at Bayview Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard after an intense, hours-long shootout with police.

The terror attack began in a cemetery, where an undercover police officer was shot and later declared dead. Two gunmen then ran into the grocery, spraying bullets at random, and after a multi-hour standoff were eliminated by the police in the store.

New Jersey kosher grocery shooter posted anti-Semitic, anti-police posts before murdering Jews and a cop

The terrorists, identified as David Anderson and Francine Graham, left “religious writing”. Graham was once affiliated with the black supremacist, Jew-hating “Black Hebrew Israelites”.