Why the **** is CIA putting plastic explosives into public school and its bus, instead of conducting this live training exercise at secure CIA/private facility? Why is CIA doing this on U.S. public soil? CIA left explosive material on Virginia school bus for two days while elementary, high school students rode to school http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/cia-left-explosives-virginia-school-bus-days-article-1.2584927 Dozens of Virginia elementary and high school students rode to and from school for two days straight on a school bus with explosive materials abandoned by the CIA during a training exercise — and school officials had no idea the potentially dangerous substance was still there. The CIA had been conducting training for explosives-detecting dogs on a bus during spring break at Briar Woods High School in Loudoun County, about an hour northwest of Washington, D.C., according to the Washington Post. During K-9 training from March 21 to 24, CIA trainers had placed explosive material in the engine compartment of the bus, as well as inside the school, for the dog to find. Although the dog found the substance inside the engine, some of the putty-like material had slipped deeper and was wedged behind the hoses and was not discovered until Wednesday during routine maintenance. CIA left explosive material on Loudoun school bus after training exercise https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...8f9824-f78d-11e5-a3ce-f06b5ba21f33_story.html The CIA left “explosive training material” under the hood of a Loudoun County school bus after a training exercise last week, a bus that was used to ferry elementary and high school students to and from school on Monday and Tuesday with the material still sitting in the engine compartment, according to the CIA and Loudoun County officials. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the CIA said in statements Thursday that the explosive material was left behind after a training exercise at Briar Woods High School during spring break. The CIA said it was a training scenario for explosives-detecting dogs. Loudoun schools spokesman Wayde Byard said the CIA indicated the nature of the material but asked the school system not to disclose it. Byard described it as a “putty-type” material designed for use on the battlefield and which requires a special detonator; such putty, or plastic, explosives — including the well-known C-4 — are used in demolition and are considered stable.