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An unpublished Facebook post Varnell had supposedly prepared in advance said the attack was 'retaliation against the freedoms that have been taken away from the American people'.
Family: Melonie Varnell (third from right) says Jerry Drake Varnell (second right) is a schizophrenic who with the help of his family had lived a normal life despite delusional episodes.
'It has neither electricity nor anything that would make it habitable.' Varnell appeared in federal court Monday afternoon on a charge of attempting to use explosives to destroy a building in interstate commerce.
Court documents reveal that an informant came forward in April to warn the FBI that Varnell was 'upset' with the government and wanted to blow up a building.
Buckets and chemical sprays can be seen in the photos but nothing that looks as if it could be used to mix the ingredients of a large bomb.'We do not have an underground bunker,' Mrs Varnell and her husband Clifford, 42, said via email.'We built our home a few years ago and bought a storage container, as we use it for a storm shelter.However the suspect's mother, Melonie Varnell, 45, insists her son is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic and that his 'bunker' is just an innocuous family storm shelter.She supplied a series of images to demonstrate that it was filled only with an assortment of junk including engine parts, old furniture, fishing rods, a stove pipe and an old children's car seat.Varnell said he wanted to detonate the blast after hours to avoid the sort of mass casualties inflicted by Mc Veigh, who was executed by lethal injection in June 2011.
But when told there would inevitably be some people inside, Varnell allegedly replied: 'You got to break a couple of eggs to make an omelet.' According to the complaint, Varnell and the FBI agent assembled the device from inert materials including blasting caps and dynamite and loaded it into a van.
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