One wonders if the political views she expressed on her Facebook page was also a factor: “I despise all law enforcement and any governing authority,” she states in her profile. “I am not one for selective targeting but mass destruction.” Reports Alexis Stevens in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
It will be an explosive-free weekend for the northeast Georgia college student who admitted to federal agents that she likes to blow things up as a hobby. She’s being held without bond after a hearing was canceled Friday.
Celia Alchemy Savage’s father says his daughter shouldn’t be in jail and the government should butt out.
“She likes to hunt and fish,” Tommy Savage told Channel 2 Action News. “She loves shooting. She goes sky diving. All kinds of stuff like that that you wouldn’t really typically think of a young lady doing.”
But a search of her home Wednesday led to federal charges for 23-year-old Celia Savage of Cornelia. Law enforcement agencies including the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the FBI and the GBI searched Celia Savage’s home and found explosive devices, firearms and suspected illegal drugs, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court, Gainesville…
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