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Harvard Student Made a Bomb Hoax to Avoid Final Exams

By on December 19, 2013

A Harvard student, ELDO Kim, used an anonymous IP to launch a false warning about explosives in the college. However, the FBI was able to track it.

Harvard Student Confessed that He Sent a Bomb Alert to Avoid Final Exams

The nerves prior to taking final exams overflowed in a student of psychology at Harvard University. The tense wait that caused a warning of explosives within the campus last Monday, was the product of a trick of Eldo Kim (20) not to take assessments of end of half.

Now, Kim faces criminal charges in a Court of Boston. The discovery of an e-mail sent by the student was the cause of an investigation that started the FBI, then Harvard authorities, and the police received warning of bombs within four buildings of the University.

In one of them, the psychology student was about to take a test of probability statistics or introduction to Social Psychology, reported the official site of the University, Harvard Crimson news.

ELDO Kim send alert trying to camouflage itself with an anonymous IP, but the Special Agent Thomas M. Dalton, discovered it.

Now, he faces the Court of Judge Judith G. Dein who is considering a penalty maximum of five years in prison, three years of supervision of conduct, and 250,000 dollars of bail. The student did not measure that all this could be much more outrageous than pull a course.

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