May 31, 2012 Posted by Daryl Johnson in Antigovernment Extremism-General

GAINESVILLE, [GA]—A federal magistrate judge denied bond for a north Georgia college student Thursday who the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) said admitted to building bombs. A small army of ATF, FBI, GBI and local law enforcement raided a house in the woods where the girl, Celia Savage, lives near Cornelia. A sworn statement by an ATF agent said Celia Savage illegally possessed a destructive device and possessed firearms while being an illegal drug user. Tommy Savage, Celia's father, described his daughter as a church-going college student but also a daddy's girl — enjoying hunting and fishing as she grew up. Like him, she is also a fierce advocate of the right to keep and bear arms. Tommy said his daughter's not a militia member but she shares his dislike of government. View More>>

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