An Israeli-American teenager was arrested after making thousands hoax bomb threats


Michael Ron David Kadar, 18, who lives in the Israeli city of Ashkelon, has been charged by Israeli authorities with making 2000 automated bomb and hoax calls to schools, airlines, hospitals and Jewish centres in the US, Britain, Australia, and Israel. He also forced several flights to be diverted in Australia and abroad.  He made such things for low costs at the demand of anyone with disposal to pay to generate a bomb threat: a school cost $US5 , a courthouse $US10, a major convention or sports event $US20. Israeli authorities concluded that had a high IQ but the emotional intelligence of a five-year-old. He was supposed autistic. He had almost $US500,000 in his bitcoin account at the time of his arrest.


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