Man Charged in Courthouse Bombing

SAN DIEGO (CN) – A San Diego man was charged Thursday with using a weapon of mass destruction and conspiring to set off the bomb that damaged the Federal Courthouse in San Diego in May 2008. Donny Love Sr., 43, faces up to life in prison if convicted of all charges in the 8-count federal indictment.

     Rachelle Lynette Carlock, Ella Louise Sanders, and Eric Reginald Robinson have already pleaded guilty to federal charges. The U.S. Attorney’s Office claims Love instructed Carlock and Sanders to buy and steal the explosives, and then built pipe bombs with them at Love’s Menifee home.
     Menifee is in Riverside County, about 55 miles north of San Diego.

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