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Surveillance video released in the plot to blow up the Brecksville Bridge

Surveillance picture of Brecksville Bridge bomb plot (Source: United States Attorney's office  for the Northern District of Ohio) Surveillance picture of Brecksville Bridge bomb plot (Source: United States Attorney's office for the Northern District of Ohio)

New surveillance video was released Friday of the five men who tried to blow up  the Brecksville Bridge.

The pictures were taken during a sting last spring by Federal agents, after which they arrested Douglas L. Wright, Brandon L. Baxter, Connor C. Stevens, Anthony M. Hayne, and Joshua Stafford.

In the video you  can see several of the men, placing, what they thought, were bombs at the base, of the bridge.

When in fact the FBI had, had given them "fake explosives."

Wright, Baxter, Stevens, and Hayne all pleaded guilty last year, Stafford went to trial and was found guilty, last week.

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