Could this guy be considered delusional? To my knowledge, from a few years of listening to this topic reported by the press and tested by the US Army, depicted in a photo in Newsday on Long Island, (once also published in the Bronx, gone after a headline of "44 Blocks of Boos" reporting on then Mayor Giuliani's attendance in the yearly Puerto Rican Day parade) that so-called fertilizer bombs have to be immersed in oil and nothing less than very unstable mercury fulminate used to make it "exothermic" otherwise one big "ridiculous" if that's allowed, attempt at terrorism. Will there be any consideration whether this had potentially any "real" probability of working? Not that I support said acts of terror in any form, this one perhaps a different "orchestration" by Muslim devotees.
Faisal Shahzad, Times Square Car Bomb Suspect, Pleads Guilty To 'Mass Destruction' Charge#comment_51224413
Further: It was reported to have been parked outside the headquarters of Comedy Central, Inc. where the controversial stop motion cartoon, "South Park" had been admonished for its mis-use of the Prophet Mohammad in its "comedy" of mostly children and some adults. Or is it?