MURDER USA: Terror Trio Charged with Tossing Firebombs Near Occupied Home

MURDER USA: Terror Trio Charged with Tossing Firebombs Near Occupied Home

RIDGELY, MD. – Three premier citizens of the small town of Ridgely and Greensboro are giving folks in Caroline County something to talk about and perhaps a great sense of relief to know that the trio of alleged arsonists has been arrested for an April 11th cocktail fracas.

As of April 30, 2018, Maryland Fire Marshals put the pinch on the three men for allegedly tossing Molotov Cocktails at a shed located next to a home at 213 South 6th Avenue. The fire investigators were called to the scene by the Denton Vol. Fire Company when they arrived at a fire scene and found two Molotov Cocktails, originally named such as they were used by the communists in the overthrow of the Czar in Russia.

The bombs are widely used by anarchists and gangsters to invoke fear and trepidation in the hearts of their intended victims. Murderous thugs such as the Ku Klux Klan implemented this type of bomb in their systematic assassinations of blacks and burning of black churches, and the Mafia used them in conducting extortions and instilling fear in federal witnesses.

The Caroline County community can understand the possible repercussions of deluded and demented criminals who use such bombs in their narcissistic attacks on others and should hope that the often-lenient prosecutors put these alleged arsonists away for decades in a prison cell.

Fire investigators noted that the explosive devices failed to function as designed, perhaps a reflection of the further stupidity of the alleged morons that prepared them.

The bombs were found near the shed. The cocktails had burned out on their own accord. The shed was only fifty feet from the nearby home which was occupied at the time, thus endangering life and limb.

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The lineup of the accused reported by Deputy State Fire Marshal John Grothe are as follows: Michael Holland Walker, 19, of 3 Lister Lane, Ridgely, Md.; Edward Dawson Lynch, 19, of 107 North School Street Apt. 1D, Greensboro and Brandon L. Bradley, 20, of Ridgely and formerly of Gay Street in Denton, Md.

Besides several drug charges, Walker was given Probation Before Judgement on June 23, 2017, for passing counterfeit money when charged in Caroline County District Court on March 6, 2017.

If starting a career path as a ruthless and violent criminal is his intent, Walker may have caught the bullet he dodged when he was charged with attempted first-degree murder on Sept. 1, 2016. With taxpayer-provided free attorneys from the public defender’s office representing him in a plea deal with the Caroline County States Attorney on Feb. 8, 2017, in Caroline County Circuit Court, Walker entered a guilty plea to misdemeanor second-degree assault while the felony charges were dropped. THE DEAL: a sentence of 18 months in jail with 180 days suspended and restitution of $2,398.40 ordered as part of the lenient arrangement approved by the Caroline County States Attorney. The court records show that a violation of the terms of the probation was recorded on Aug. 10, 2017.

Bradley was charged on Sept. 26, 2016, in Caroline County Circuit Court with multiple counts of burglary and in a plea deal arranged by the taxpayer-provided free attorney and the taxpayer-funded Caroline County States Attorney, Bradley entered a guilty plea to malicious destruction of property, and the burglary counts were all dropped. THE DEAL: a sentence of 60 days in jail with all 60 days suspended and supervised probation for three years. Apparently, his probation officer wasn’t with Bradley when he was allegedly tossing firebombs behind the home in Denton. If convicted, the alleged arsonist and would-be killer will be in the slammer for up to 116 years and fines of close to a million dollars.

The trio of accused bomb makers were all served the warrants, seen by the Caroline County Court Commissioner and held with no bond.

All three men were charged with two counts of Manufacture and Possessing a Destructive Device, four counts of Reckless Endangerment, Attempted Malicious Burning, Attempted Arson in the Second Degree, Attempted Malicious Destruction of Property under $1,000.00 and Conspiracy to Manufacture and Possess a Destructive Device.

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