Vigilante made his own explosive devices


A vigilante tried to make bombs to fight off drug dealers who he feared would take over his home, a court heard. Liam Pinnock, 39, attempted to construct an improvised explosive device with a tin of vaseline and kept an ‘arsenal’ of weapons, it was said. Prosecutor David Markham said Pinnock became concerned that drug dealers were selling narcotics to his mother and were trying to take over his house. ‘The Crown’s case is that the defendant made, or attempted…

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