Australian Teenager Freed
August 4, 2011 by staff
Australian Teenager Freed, The bomb disposal experts finally released adolescents who had an alleged bomb strapped around her neck in an apparent extortion attempt yesterday after a ten-hour experience.
Madeleine Australia Pulver, 18, told police a stranger in a ski mask broke into her family home in the suburb of Puerto Rico’s Sydney Mosman and connected the device, leaving a ransom note before fleeing in the afternoon yesterday.
She asked for help and officials of the death squad came to the house. Other experts were consulted, including the British military, before attempting to remove the device, the police last night described as a “necklace bomb” sophisticated design. Was no doubt last night whether the device was viable?
Ms. Pulver, daughter of a millionaire business partner, was taken to hospital with shock. She said it was in good spirits the night before.
“The way it was in the vicinity of the young was such that we have taken the best part of ten hours to secure her release,” said New South Wales Police assistant commissioner Mark South Murdoch. “The examination of the device will continue.”
Even if it turns out at the right time to have been a hoax terrrifying, terror was too real for the young victim.
Murdoch added: “I’ve been doing this job for a long time and this is the strangest case I’ve encountered in my career.”
Asked how Madeleine was doing, he replied: “It is good that has been in an awkward position for a very long time, more than ten hours, and will be uncomfortable for some time to come.
“But she is with mom and dad, the most important people to be with at this particular time.”
Madeleine’s father, William Pulver, 53, is said to be one of the richest men in Sydney. His mother, Belinda, 51, runs a landscaping company.
The couple outside the house comforting each other as agents of bomb tried to remove the device from the neck of her daughter.
Mr. Pulver is the executive director of the Appen technology company that provides language support for business language and data, including Microsoft, Google and Nokia. I used to have a high level working with the research company AC Nielsen market.
Murdoch said the officers did not know if the girl and her family were deliberately targeted. He said: “Certainly the family is at a loss to explain this.
“You do not believe anyone would cause such a problem if there is no reason behind it, what the reason is the desire to be known in the fullness of time. Certainly there was some interaction with who was responsible for this But that level of interaction is now for our detectives to determine. “
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