Walter Litteral of Gastonia will be sentenced Tuesday for firearms violations that prosecutors say were part of a plot to fight off a federal takeover using pipe bombs, booby-trapped homes and exploding tennis balls.
Walter Litteral of Gastonia will be sentenced Tuesday for firearms violations that prosecutors say were part of a plot to fight off a federal takeover using pipe bombs, booby-trapped homes and exploding tennis balls. Mecklenburg sheriff
Walter Litteral of Gastonia will be sentenced Tuesday for firearms violations that prosecutors say were part of a plot to fight off a federal takeover using pipe bombs, booby-trapped homes and exploding tennis balls. Mecklenburg sheriff

Fearing martial law, Gaston man planned bombs, exploding tennis balls

June 27, 2016 04:40 PM

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