N.C. airport bomb suspect, who wanted to ‘fight war on U.S. soil,’ pleads guilty

“Estes told federal law enforcement that he planned to “fight a war on U.S. soil,” according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court” writes Sam Degrave for ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The man who allegedly left an explosive device at a regional North Carolina airport in October pleaded guilty in federal court Friday.More: N.C. airport bomb suspect wanted ‘to fight a war on U.S. soil,’ complaint says On the components of the explosive device with which Estes planned to fight that war, he had written “FOR GOD AND COUNTRY” and “FOR ALL THE V/N VETS OUT THERE!!!,” according to plea documents.

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